utopia

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paradise

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ideally perfect state

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a work of fiction describing a utopia

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an imaginary place considered to be perfect or ideal

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Youth's role is a basic foundation on which a perfect society can be built.
Basically it's my old job that gave me the inspiration," he explains, "because when I used to work in advertising they used to tell us that the product represents the people, the product speaks to the people, the product reflects the perfect society.
Having completed their "long march through the institutions," former New Left radicals are now free to convert one of the most powerful of these institutions--namely, the university--into a sanctuary devoted to their quasi-religious faith in political power as a means of forging a perfect Society.
The Islamists imagine a perfect society that is engineered by the state.
Indeed, we do not know of a perfect society in the world.
Shailene Woodley, right, stars as Tris in new movie Divergent with Kate Winslet as Jeanine Matthews who is determined to track down those who don't belong in the perfect society.
Beatrice "Tris" Prior, played by Woodley, discovers that she is Divergent, meaning she does not fit into any one faction, and soon uncovers a sinister plot brewing in her seemingly perfect society.
In discussing that more perfect society, Huemer grounds his claims in generalizations about how people actually are and not how he imagines the "new anarchist man" to be once he is reacquainted with his species-essence.
He goes to find out how to fix the glitch in the system and through the process, he finds out that this perfect society is not as it seems and unveils one of the city's deepest secrets.
It was the belief that people could literally shed sinfulness, that is, any form of selfishness, and by that act create a perfect society.
Of course not," she said, "We are not a perfect society and there is no way we can create perfect laws.
In fact, it might surprise you to learn that even the early American settlers thought they could build the perfect society.
A perfect society, until Henry arrives, meets a couple of misfit friends and starts asking unacceptable questions about the girl he met at the gas station, leading the trio to discover the dark side of the town.
The editors within compile an insightful and storied look at these attempts at a more perfect society and their results.
THE CHURCH AS A PERFECT SOCIETY The Vatican-directed global strategy of pushing a particular conception of religious freedom is an important trend that manifested in the Mexican debate about freedoms and the role of the State.