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What is the difference between Utopia and Dystopia?

Asked by E. Stanley, Last updated: Dec 01, 2019

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J. Rogers

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Answered on Dec 01, 2019

Utopia is the term used to describe a world in which everything and everyone works in perfect harmony. The term “utopia" originates from the Greek word “ou" and “topos." Ou stands for “no" or “not," and topos means “place."

The word utopia was coined by Sir. Thomas More around the 16th century. Utopia describes a state of a right balance in the social, religious, and governmental system. Dystopia is a direct opposite of utopia.

It is the term used to describe a miserable, dysfunctional state or society that has a very poor standard of living. In dystopia, there is extreme oppression, deprivation, and terror. It projects a negative view of society and of humankind.

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D. Peter

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Answered on Nov 20, 2019

The definition of Utopia is a society or community setting where the people experience the ideal and most remarkable life possible. By contrast, dystopia emphasizes the complete opposite, which is a place of, particularly disturbing living and working conditions for most people.

Most of all, societal and governmental systems are inadequate and corrupt. Utopia is what many people think of as paradise. It's all about butterflies and flowers blooming and never-ending sunshine. It is a place where people are perpetually happy all the time.

The idea of Utopia seems impossible. Therefore, it is a complete work of fiction. In a dystopian world, skies are dull, grey, and lifeless. The sun does not shine down on the people.

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