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The World State

„« Family In the totalitarian society of Brave New World, the development of human beings is completely controlled by the World State. Each person is raised in a hatchery, where the government controls every stage of their development until maturity, a process that takes Two-hundred and sixty-seven days. The embryos¡¦ DNA is controlled chemically to stimulate or to retard their physical and mental growth to create a biological class structure. The human¡¦s placement into a certain class, such...

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Religion in the All World State: Huxley's Brave New World

Religion in the All World State In the following essay the role of religion in the Novel Brave New World is going to be analyzed. Religion is an underlying and important topic in the All World State which is according to the conditioning of the inhabitants. The religion in Brave new World is totally different to the religion we know and practice today. For example as we Christians have God and Jesus as symbols for our faith, the people in the All World State (AWS) belief in Henry Ford, who partly...

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Brave New World: Death Is a Repudiation or a Validation of the City State

final leap of faith- only to result in eternal stillness. The leap of faith John the Savage took was a symbolic repudiation of the World State's motto, “community, identity, stability” because every aspect of John was a contradiction to the motto, thus weakening the strength of the motto, essentially reducing the meaning to “bunk”. In Aldous Huxley's novel Brave New World John had no community to accept him, no true identity to boost his broken morale, and his emotional instability shackled him to conscience...

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Brave New World

Irony in Brave New World A society in the future can be very distinctive apart from a society in the modern day. Brave New World, written by Aldous Huxley, is a novel in regards to a utopian society. It takes place in the future where all is advanced and people are no longer born. Instead, reproductive technology is developed and futurology is emphasized. The majority of the population is divided into classes and no one is able to think for themselves. The novel is ironic at points and uses satire...

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Dangers of an All Powerful State

All Powerful State In the book Brave New World, Aldous Huxley introduces a utopia that is the total opposite of the current world today. In this utopia everything is changed, promiscuity is promoted, soma (a drug that everyone uses to escape from their true emotions) is distributed to everyone, people are in different caste systems, and consumerism and production is of vast importance. In an all powerful state, certain things must be produced to keep the current position of the state. There are...

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Huxley View on Modern World

John Germick criticism on the modern world Huxley satirically comments on the state of the modern world—the world around him in the 1930’s and by extension, the future as well. One of the ways that he does this is through use of the caste system. Having a caste system is not unique to the world state. Ancient cultures it to separate the peasants and the wealthy, or the rich and the poor. In fact, even now society has customised a modern caste system, even though people are conditioned to think...

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The True Brave New World

ENG-401 “The Real Brave New World” Ms.Perito ...

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Brave New World

April 19, 2012 Brave New Comparisons Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World bears several similarities to Thomas More’s Utopia and George Orwell’s 1984. Brave New World and 1984, governments seize control of citizen’s personal liberties, such as freedom. Both plots feature a character recognizing the growing control of the government force, trying to escape the clutches of the government officials. While Brave New World and 1984 are similar in plot, they do differ slightly. For example, 1984 demonstrates...

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Conditioning in "A Brave New World"

Extreme Conditioning The citizens of the World State are conditioned to keep stability in their community. They are made to love the conditions of their jobs and castes, thus ending labor strikes and bringing a new definition of productivity to the World State. The emotional conditioning prevents insanity and negative feelings between people. The citizens are compliant with their government because of the moral conditioning. The conditioning of the World State citizens is in their best interests because...

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Brave New World Analysis

Brave New World Essay A society not believing in the presence of a higher power or in the existence of suffering is hard for anyone to imagine. In the book Brave New World by Aldous Huxley, the society, referred to as the “New World,” does not really have an actual form of god, and the World state has eliminated all forms of suffering “for the good of the people.” The society in Brave New World not only has no moral or ethical values, it does not allow people to be individuals. The inhabitances...

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