Everything you need to understand or teach Walden Two by B. F. Skinner.
In Walden Two, B.F. Skinner makes a case for behaviorism and "social engineering" as the solution to many of the world's problems. Frazier, a psychologist interested in the practical applications of psychology to real-world problems, creates a communal social experiment called Walden Two. In the book, he leads his former colleague Professor Burris and Burris's friends through Walden Two, explaining how Frazier's theories have created a utopian society.
A former student of burnt-out college psychology instructor Professor Burris comes to visit after a tour in the Pacific during World War II. Dissatisfied with life in the U.S. after the war, the student and his army buddy want to know about a different kind of life, something Burris mentioned in one of his lectures. The ideas go back to Burris's former colleague named Frazier, and Burris tracks Frazier down to where he's putting his utopian ideas into...
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