Blog Post 6

Definition of Dystopia: A dystopia is a society characterized by oppressive governmental control, severe social stratification, and the systematic erosion of individual freedoms. Justification: In The Handmaid’s Tale, Margaret Atwood presents a dystopia where environmental disasters and plummeting birth rates lead to a totalitarian regime that subjugates women and reduces Continue reading

Blog Post 5

Our society has become increasingly panoptic due to widespread surveillance made possible by digital technologies and the internet. The technology functions using the comprehensive gathering, examination, and possible evaluation of data produced by people’s daily interactions. All online activities produce data, including browsing history, social media interactions, and location tracking. Continue reading

Blog Post 3

The selection from Hobbes’s Leviathan discusses the nature of governance and the social contract theory, advocating for a strong central authority to prevent the chaos of the state of nature. Among the List of Forms of government listed on Wikipedia, a democratic republic seems to be the least dystopian governance Continue reading

My Ideal Utopia

My vision of a perfect utopia revolves around creating a society that prioritizes human flourishing in a path of their choice, social justice, environmental sustainability, and global solidarity. It would be a society where every individual is empowered to live a fulfilling life, where diversity is celebrated, and where the Continue reading


Dystopia to me means “A world where people are afraid to speak up because they are treated horribly and are afraid of the consequences they might suffer from if they do use their voice”. In other words, racial injustice and inequality because of the color of their skin. The definition Continue reading