Societal Equilibrium

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
Prelude (Chapter 1): Introduces the fundamental problem in our society, individualism, along with many aspects of our lives that amplify its effects such as drugs, cosmetics, and money. The following chapters describe new systems to help reduce our focus on individualism and help our society prosper.

Communal Living (Chapter 2): Describes a new system of living that would allow us to reduce waste, redundancies, and inefficiencies to dramatically increase our standard of living.

Romantic Relationships (Chapter 3): Emphasizes the importance of romantic relationships in our lives, as well as the mindset needed for healthy interaction with significant others.

Education(Chapter 4): Illustrates a new approach to education that would eliminate the inconsistencies and limitations of our current system. It would give us an affordable, accessible, and superior form of education by eliminating all of the weaknesses of our teachers, while drawing out all of their strengths.

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Submitted: January 12, 2013

Societal Equilibrium is the foundation to an ideal society. While the true nature of an ideal society is too far for us to understand, we can still determine how to converge on its ideals. By using our own society as a basis, we can calculate the direction necessary to approach an ideal solution. With each step we take, our new perspective will enhance our understanding of the path we must follow. For our first step, our society has become corrupted by individualism, which has infiltrated the way we live, the way we treat others, and the way we learn. Once we can transcend our focus on the individual, we will have established the first iteration to societal equilibrium. Read Chapter

Communal Living

Submitted: January 12, 2013

Our way of life is a direct representation of individualism.  We live together in cities, and yet we try our best to isolate ourselv... Read Chapter

Romantic Relationships

Submitted: January 12, 2013

The way we treat others is a reflection of our possessive mentality.  If those around us are merely a means to our own prosperity, w... Read Chapter


Submitted: January 12, 2013

Education condenses years of human innovation, knowledge, and experience into a form that can be handed down to new generations.  Wi... Read Chapter

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