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Utopia means, literally, “no place,” since it was formed from the Greek ou, meaning “no, not,” and topos, “place.” Since More’s time, utopia has come to mean “a place of ideal perfection.” Over the years many books similar to Utopia have been written, and many plans for perfect societies proposed, most of themWhat is the root word of Utopia?
“Utopia” comes from Greek: οὐ (“not”) and τόπος (“place”) which translates as “no-place” and literally means any non-existent society, when ‘described in considerable detail’.What are the characteristics of Utopia?
Utopia attains characteristics of peaceful governance, equality for citizens, a safe environment and education, healthcare and employment. In contrast, dystopia ’s characteristics such as a controlling, oppressing government, anarchy or no government, extreme poverty and banning of independent thought.What is the origin of the word utopia?
The term utopia comes from the Greek word “ou-topos”, which literally means “no place”, representing a place that doesn’t exist. The first time this word was used was in the Thomas More novel, “Utopia”. This famous story is set on an island with a peaceful and idyllic government.