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Main Article Theories about
Utopian Social Engineering
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  • The Others did not partake in the experimentation of societal constructs, the others were not concerned with "utopian social engineering". This section is for theories about DHARMA experiments on U.S.E., not the others...
  • Life at the Barracks and the Others' societal structure may be based on Utopian Social Engineering.
    • Juliet appears unhappy with the current situation, as illustrated by her comment at the book club: "And here, I thought free will still existed."
    • Juliet tries to convince Jack that the Others are egalitarian ("We make decisions together.") in "Every Man for Himself". Ben then undermines her by bursting in and ordering her around.
      • The concept is further undermined by the existence of Jacob, who seems to be regarded as the defacto leader of the Others, and even questioning him is seen as taboo.

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