I'm trying this on a different forum but I thought I'd try it here too. I was wondering what your vision of a utopia would be? What kind of cilivization you would like to live in? Take your time thinking about it and be honest, it doesn't have to necassarily be the most free or proper. The different areas to look at would be: education- teaching, years in school, subjects taught, schooling vs real life experience. infrastructure- homes, country/city/suburban living, community buildings, density, would you have managing and population control? family unit- relationships/ marriage or no marriage/ who raises the children, the community or the family? sexuality- what's socially acceptable and what's not, free love vs choosing of a select partner(s). technology- primitive vs futuristic, the sciences, modern conveniences. culture- the personality of the people, how people make use of their leisure time, social get together's. Physicality- the shape and look of the people, what the people would evolve into, genetic engineering, wheather it would be seen as okay to use. Food/intoxicants- individual farming vs mass farming, drugs and alcohol. Hierarchy- political system, monetary system, chiefs, elders, royalty. Or having no one with power over another individual. So far I've only got education figured out. education- I'd have classes on how to recognize sociopathic and psychopathic people. Everyone will be well equipped to recognize when a corrupt individual is spitting the vile venom that they claim to be altruistic rainbows. Classes on human nature and relationships. Survival, taking children out into nature and teaching them how they can fend for themselves. Psychology, how to manage your mind through stresses and deep hardships, including how to keep a level head even if your on psychedelic drugs that warps your perception of space and time. Mechanics and technology, every person should have a basic understanding of how all the things they use in their daily life run and how they can repair it. Memory techniques and mental exercise (this would be the first things taught in the beginning of their schooling). Exercise and the workings of the body. Deeply training all of your senses and building physical acuity. Their would also be classes were the students become the teacher and decide what they find interesting and wish to teach to the rest of the class. The students would alternate each day so everyone has a chance to teach. Of course the basics too, like math. The future would also be a big thing that's taught, what our civilization is and the problems it may have at the moment or that it may be facing in the future. The students would be asked to contemplate where the society is or should be going. When students reach an age of maturity they can decide wheather or not to continue their schooling, and may continue doing so well into adult hood, even into old age.