How can a collectivist society be created when each individual is different? In Anthem, Equality is the protagonist that lives in a collectivist society, in a collectivist society every individual is equal and must think and act collectively. In the novella Anthem by Ayn Rand the process for establishing a collective society requires the removal of love, education, and individualism. In order to remove love and relationships what leads to these relationships must also be taken such as friends and family. Removing love and relationships between others help create a collective society because if an individual does not have feeling towards one they will listen to the highest authority.
The nature of conformity and individualism in Fahrenheit 451 is different compared to each other. Conformity is how everyone is in the novel while individualism is only shown outside of society. The true nature of conformity is that everyone is created equally while individualism shows what a real person is. In the novel, Montag was a character that was affected by conformity and individualism since he was once conformed in society, but then soon became an individual himself. Conformity and Individualism are polar opposites and that everyone should be unique in their own way.
Utopias converting into Dystopias Rules are going to exist no matter what world you live in, Dystopian worlds have their own laws which doesn't make them good but utopian worlds. A world without rules, a dystopian or utopian world? Does having rules make a society an equitable place to live? having order in your society only makes the place more organized In the book “Anthem” by Ayn Rand , the narrator named Equality 7-2521 describes the place where “they” live in a very strict place. The narrator as you may see doesn't have a proper name and only uses the pronouns, they , we, and them.
They say it is a crime to be unhappy but the people of Anthem do not truly know happiness. All there is in Anthem is fear, rules, and discipline. No one has ever shown them what it is to feel joy or love. They live in an unrealistic society with no emotions. 2.
In the book Anthem by Ayn Rand, there is a dystopian society where Equality 7-2521 and everyone else were taught to live and think for one another. Everyone has an equal identity and no one is allowed to be independent. In this world the word “I” is nonexistent, they are forced to act as one and refer to themselves as “we.” Teachers and Council scold and punish the ones who are “different” and “better” than another. This society is ensures that no one can stand as an individual, this represents enslavement. Equality has always stood out because of how smart and different he was.
Vonnegut says that if everyone is equal, unique beauty would be destroyed. Therefore the society would become lifeless and boring, now that creativity is restricted. Vonnegut is also able to demonstrate a dystopian society. In this case, he shows a society where competition is no longer allowed because the government has decided what is "normal" and what is not. In Harrison Bergeron, the lack of freedom is also acknowledged to be one of the main themes.
He even willing states that he would kill his loved ones. Huck has experienced loss in hid life and, but never really learned how to deal with it. As the story goes on however, we see Huck beginning to care more, not only about death but about the overall well being and happiness of other people. Huck shows great maturation in a very short period of time, with really nobody to look up to. Huck has never been taught how to deAL WITH his emotions, much less those of grief, so for much of his life, huck simply didn’t deal with the emotions.
Humankind requires knowledge and understanding to feed the endless curiosity that haunts our species. These single stories become dangerous when they begin to form in our minds as the real truth, and it needs to be controlled by true education and true understanding about the world around us. Which in most cases, people do not reach the real truth due to pure laziness and ignorance. For truly understanding one another, we need to go out of our way to learn of our differences, not only about what is spread by the single stories around for generations. Whether someone creates their own single story or society pushes one onto them, it is humankind’s responsibility to capture a real understanding of what is being told, therefore anyone can belong in any situation, and discrimination could finally be put to
The outcome of this is a dysfunctional world with no progress. The dystopian society of Harrison Bergeron altered human nature for the worse in the thought a better society. Society is full of people with special talents which makes them unique and a contribution to society. In the story of Harrison Bergeron, it is altered this view. Being forced to hide natural beauty and intelligence through the use