Walden Two Topics for Discussion

B. F. Skinner
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Why is Barbara so reluctant to accept the type of life offered at Walden Two, while Mary and Steve are overjoyed by it?

Compare Frazier's pragmatic view of morals and ethics with Castle's philosophic view.

Would a real Walden Two be possible? Why or why not?

Frazier argues that the Board of Planners cannot become corrupt and turn into despots. Is his argument convincing? Why or why not?

Frazier's society gets rid of traditional democracy and puts government on a scientific basis. Would this idea be good or bad in real life? What problems does it pose?

Frazier believes that much of human behavior is not inherent but cultural, created by environment instead of genetics. Do you agree or disagree? Why or why not?

Frazier argues that the family is a weakening structure in the modern world, and Walden Two takes the place of the family in...

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