Analysis Of Aldous Huxley 's ' Brave New World ' Essay

967 Words Oct 9th, 2016 4 Pages
Understanding science at first can be complex but after analyzation, it becomes clear how science can affect individuals in different ways. In the novel “Brave New World”, by Aldous Huxley, he shows the difference between the real world and the world state. In the world state John Savage shows how community, identity and stability shapes one’s perspective. The book takes place in a hatchery where embryos are made by science. This community was designed to split the population into different classes and each class had its own purpose. Society or civilization is based on the occupation of the individuals within society. Taking a look into a different perspective, ancient India has a caste system that dictated the demands of kingdoms. The castes were priests, warriors, merchants, laborers. Thus in the brave new world, there were castes for humanity in the new world system. These castes were labelled as: alpa, beta, hama, delta and epsilon. I will be writing how science effects the individuals and cast members in the brave new world and compare to our real world societies.
We are becoming the real world by being consumers of modern technology. Most of our society is dependent on social media and other methods of technology. In fact, it’s not just our society, it’s the whole world that is unaware of the burden that technology holds above us. When taking both the world state and the real world (savage reservation) into perspective, you have to be aware of the differences. The…

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