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Essay | Happiness: the Ultimate Goal

This student essay consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis of Happiness.
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Happiness: the Ultimate Goal

Summary: Looks into how society in "Fahrenheit 451" by Ray Bradbury attempted to create happiness for everyone by destroying unhappiness, but managed to destroy happiness at the same time.
Happiness seems to be the ultimate goal. After all, who would not want to be happy? So, it seems that if you eliminate unhappiness, you will indirectly fulfill the ultimate goal. Once unhappiness is gone, only happiness can remain. It seems simple and true. However, to feel happy, you need to know what unhappiness feels like. For one thing to exist, there must be something else to compare it to. In Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, conformity is encouraged so that there is no diversity, which may cause unhappiness. Furthermore, since thinking may create unhappiness, the ability to think is eliminated in an attempt to further destroy unhappiness. With unhappiness eliminated, people believe that they are happy, but are actually misinterpreting their emotions. Society in Fahrenheit 451 attempted to eliminate unhappiness to create happiness, but since you can't have one without the other, happiness is also eliminated.

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