Robert Kennedy

Monticello, FL, United States

About Robert

Languages

English

I'm passionate about

Happiness, open-mindedness, philosophy, learning everything i can and sharing my knowledge with others.

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Robert Kennedy
Posted about 1 year ago
Life and Immortality
I would think that immortality would be the greatest curse inflicted upon someone. I would need to know how the immortality works though. Does the immortal remember everything? I 'm not sure people would have that much memory storage in there brain for a million years. Maybe new memories come at the expense of the death of old ones. The next step to improve would be our goal. But, i believe there is no such thing as an immortal, because they will seek out death. I would think that immortality would be life's form of insomnia if death would be sleep.
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Robert Kennedy
Posted about 1 year ago
What does your utopian future look like?
In the future.. The earth will be ravaged by global warming and overpopulation and the rich and greedy people will leave in space-ships while the kind and logical people are pushed to the side and left to rebuild earth into a beautiful world.
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Robert Kennedy
Posted about 1 year ago
What does your utopian future look like?
You seem to be believing not that utopia can't ever exist, but that it can't exist in America. Not where America is now and where it is going. America is definitely not utopia. And maybe utopia could never exist. But i believe that we can perfect our understanding of utopia and at least try to create it. It would include a lot of comprehending human nature, and creating a society that allows each individual the most help on pursuing their own happiness without obstructing others' and getting the most out of life.
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Robert Kennedy
Posted about 1 year ago
What does your utopian future look like?
I would think that if a couple would want a child, they would just have to prove their determination and prove that they will take care of the to-be child in question and understand the responsibility and cause and effect of having a child. Its a proposition not likely to be needed in a utopian society, but perhaps needed in a more dystopian society. Also, i believe their are two types of parents. The Biological parents that pass on their genes, appearances, and such, and the parents that pass on their knowledge, wisdom, habits, and views of the world and who protect and take care of the child. The latter parents can include teachers and friends and most biological parents. The society would probably try to figure out how people should pursue happiness and what would be correct morals and teach each other their findings and strive for growth. As i said before i believe that happiness, sadness, and degree of lifestyle is changeable. People adapt to their surroundings and should strive to adapt to lesser/ worse conditions (as in challenging oneself) so that they may grow.
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Robert Kennedy
Posted about 1 year ago
What does your utopian future look like?
I believe my utopian society would be built not around perfecting its laws and its capabilities of governing it's population, but the population govern themselves individually. People would treat others as they would want to be treated. Individuals would work for the society not because they themselves would benefit from it but because the society benefits from it. They would be awarded for what they do instead of what they own; especially since what you own is usually the payment of work. Education would incorporate and teach philosophy, morals, reasonable and logical thinking and why they should do things alongside the knowledge of how to do things. The government would have an open-mind and would be open to possibility and change, while the leaders of the society would be picked for their compassion, logical reasoning, open-mindedness and morals (essentially Plato's philosopher-king). They would live without as many commodities as beds, extremely quick transportation, and sterile environments to live in. People would walk or ride a bicycle at least to the community transport to go places. People would become extremely healthy and strong compared to walking to your car and driving somewhere. Obesity would be completely demolished. Immune systems would be iron strong. If people didn't wear shoes, your feet wouldn't be so tender. Instead of manipulating your surroundings to your whim, you would learn to live with it. The brightest light is found in the darkest places because you adapt to the darkness and the light is then that much more brighter. Rich people are rarely happy because they become used to having so much money. i believe you should have to qualify as a parent before you can have children: to prevent child abuse, neglect, and overpopulation of the society to some extent. Nature has its own way of fixing overpopulation. WAR. Is the prevention of some life better than mass murder? Utopia will have to incorporate a lot of philosophy..