Harrison Bergeron and the Republic

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Philosophy

 

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Albert L

 

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May 11, 2015

 

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University

 

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A

 

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This is proven when Harrison, the protagonist, could not deal with betraying his own values and beliefs and thus took action against the state by trying to expose the state of its handicapping and censorship. This proves that even under the most extreme control humans can not be suppressed for lengthy periods of time...
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Although the state was harmonious and everyone was equal, it came with the cost of censorship. In Plato’s Republic the myth of the metals was used to persuade citizens into following the class divisions, Bronze (Worker), Silver (Solider), and Gold (Philosopher). Citizens of this society were property of the state, with no particular family; the state raised each child...
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