In modern utopias the need for organization has become stronger than ever before, for they are necessarily conceived on a grander scale and are consequently more complicated than the old-fashioned ideal city states of former times. Therefore a modern utopia cannot be a state in which man would feel naturally happy, as he might possibly be in an arcadian one. The original utopias were the best states because the citizens felt happy in them or because they at least safeguarded the greatest possible happiness of the greatest possible number. In a Modern scientific utopia the citizens are told to be happy because they are members of a community labelled: ‘Best State Possible’. Terms like individual happiness or unhappiness cease to have any meaning because there is no longer any standard by which such happiness could be measured. The only happiness possible is the consciousness of serving the state.