History shows us that the citizens who contribute the most in a society are independent thinkers who are not afraid of voicing their findings or opinions. If everyone thought or acted the same way, in fear of offending others, civilizations would never change- never improve. People in today’s society are often offended much too easily and take disagreeing opinions too seriously- to the point where some are considering censorship across varying medias. This is why in my society, individuality and expression of opinion would never be oppressed and acceptance of differences would be taught at an early age, along with the importance of treating others with respect and fairness. Appearance, age, or status would not be valid grounds for negative judgment; People are distinguished and valued based on personality and the way they present themselves.
Nobody has to get rid of the highest human aspirations, emotion is something that cannot be eradicated, and instead they encouraged addiction or dependency to keep the members of the society in line. He also acknowledges the sacrifices that have been made to sustain deceptive contentment. Mond views John’s desire for freedom as the desire for unhappiness; the controllers of the World state scarify their citizens in order to gain happiness and stability. Soma shorten the life expectancy, but it doesn’t prevent the government to give it to their citizens because the key components to the society in Brave New World are stability and happiness; so they must do anything in their power to make it happen.
All citizens would elect the government, because everyone would be able to choose based on reason and everyone would have equal rights. The government would not lie to the people by hiding information to protect the citizens. All lying would be wrong, which would leave very little room for corruption. It would not adjust the laws to benefit the wealthy, because of the universal law. In fact, the laws would be put in place by the people, for the people, and apply to everyone.
Justice is a vital part of governmental systems. Justice is a way to control the activities of citizens without infringing on their rights. Without justice, the acts of the citizens living under a government could not be very well controlled. There would be no punishments for bad behavior with would make this type of behavior more common. Even though justice acts as a way to loosely control the acts of citizens, it doesn't affect their liberty.
Ludlow claims “fear is even used to prevent us from questioning the decisions supposedly being made for our safety” (34). The people are seeing no problems of the decisions because they believe that they are all for the sake of protecting them, this gives them the sense of security that the government is doing the right thing. Essentially, both sides benefit from the fear that is induced into society, the government gains control over the people, while they in return gain a sufficient relationship with the government where they follow laws
There would be nothing but love, support, positivity from everyone. His would decrease crime and increase unity amongst society. However we do not live in an ideal society. The truth of the matter is that there is always going to be a group of people who declared themselves righteous above all others and if one was not a part of this group he or she was discriminated against simply for not being the same as the dominating group. There is always going to be those laws that keep us from making our own decisions, and racism is not going anywhere anytime soon.
When we look back at the modern world we live in, it is clear that there are certain rights we do not have, so that our lives are kept safe. The society has to forbid people from doing things that endanger the society. Suppose that we have the freedom to murder anyone we hate. Though it seems to increase our freedom, any of us would stop the society from enabling that right to the people. The reason is simple.
Civic duty will include the people into the nature and operations of their government in ways intended by the theory and definition of democracy; however, never feasibly or truly attempted. If the people of the state are give influence with their voice they will not only respect the role of the state; however, build a relationship with peers outside of their community to develop and sustain the nation. The ideas represented in this work were from a collection of theories and ideologies throughout time and place. These influencing works, just as this work has its flaws and varied perceptions; however, when it comes to politics no theory is wrong, every theory is right in its own creation.
Diversity is something I encourage in all aspects of life. Being a leader that encourages others, not only builds a stronger bond but encourages innovation. Have poise. Be a leader that carries their self well. I was always told dress for success.
Similarly, King says, “Anyone who lives inside the United States can never be considered an outsider anywhere within its bounds” (King 138). King believes no one should consider as an outsider. All the laws that set up by the government should benefit everybody in the society. Since the Affordable Care Act benefits everybody in the society, therefore this is a just law and King will agrees with