Whether it goes from advances in technology, systems of education, and even the government itself, there is only one main factor that lead to these advances. These advances can be considered success, because we as a society, have managed to move from one era to another improvement in our development of ideas. It is undeniable that our everyday life consists of planning ahead. It takes the mind time to process what could happen if a government was set up, and whatever did happen would act as the conclusion of our thoughts. Horace uses the Latin term “cras” after “futurum”, which can be translated somewhat to “tomorrow will” to emphasize that he is referring time as to days. This indicates that he believes it is common we tend to act after a day’s worth of wait. We are fully cautious about experimenting with humans, but if we do not give it to thought how people would react to a certain idea, egregious or not, then the rules of the world would be senseless.
As much as we would like to avoid thinking about issues we may possibly encounter, we just need to accept that it is nearly impossible to do this. This can almost