My Ideal Society Argumentative Essay by Master Researcher

My Ideal Society
An essay describing the author's opinion of what comprises an ideal society.
# 88547 | 1,125 words | 4 sources | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in English (Argument) , English (General)

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This essay argues that the ideal society is one that is pet-friendly. Pet ownership conveys health benefits and quality of life to many individuals. However, some difficulties do exist for creating such a world. One such difficulty is posed by animal rights organizations, which are frequently behind anti-pet legislation, among other things. It does not seem possible to eliminate such a threat to a pet-friendly world, although the end of the essay reiterates that such a world is the ideal.

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"It is easy to take the facile approach when asked about an ideal society and say "a society with world peace." However, wherever there are human beings there are differing opinions. Differing opinions lead to disagreements. Little disagreements become arguments; large disagreements can become wars. In any case, an entirely peaceful society would not seem, to me, to be a happy one. Rather, it would seem a guarded one, in which over-stressed people need to be all-too-careful with what they say in order to avoid conflict. To me, a pet-friendly society would be the ideal society. Imagine a world in which pet animals are welcome anywhere human beings are, except where they might create a health hazard. Imagine that landlords, no matter the property, would allow pets in the apartments that they rent. How might these changes affect society? Research would seem to indicate that people who are kind to animals are also kind to..."

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