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    Red face I need a little help or recommendation with my paraphrase

    Following is my paraphrase.

    One cannot be explained apart form the relationship with other people since we all live in a same society.
    The same goes to one's utopia. One's utopia cannot be explained apart from the society's. One's individual utopia has to fulfill the one of society and vice versa in order not to lose its truth.

    --> I just feel that saying "vice versa" is just not specific enough. The highlighted part is understandable enough I guess? but if I take a test or something, I think I better stay away from some vagueness. How can I avoid such vagueness and still make it sound natural and not redundant? Following is my idea. If you have another, please enlighten me. :D

    1. One's individual utopia has to fulfill the one of society and the society's utopia has to fulfill the individual one.
    2. One's individual utopia has to fulfill the one of society and the society's utopia has to do the same.

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    Re: I need a little help or recommendation with my paraphrase

    Please state the source and author of your quotation.

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