Essay on Aldous Huxley 's Brave New World
13 December 2016
Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World creates a picture of a perfect society that wins happiness by altering the minds of its people to believe they are happy. The population is so conditioned to think things done today that are seen as wrongful doings or taboo, will be considered the norm. In a world where painting an unorthodox vision of the future to create stability, the people are no longer as happy as they would make their beliefs up to be, but as happy as their government allows them.
Brave New World, recognizes government control which overtime opens the doors up to failure as a society. It is a world created where everything is “under control”, being observed, and synthetic. Most of society was created in a test tube therefore, it was factory made or synthetic. The people were born and developed in the test tubes, so that human nature became accustomed so no individual is able to identify or approach it if they wanted to. Every little detail of a person 's life is already planned out. These people 's lives revolve around their community, their existence never stems from individual happiness. They are basically living for their society as a whole and not themselves. This type of society was intended to succeed but it failed to grant everyone equal individuality.
The individuals gave up their identity to ensure that the entire population was able to survive, progress, and live a great life of…