Essay about Brave New World by Aldous Huxley

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In 1932, after the First World War new enhancements in technological practices and government control were now in effect. Aldous Huxley was one of the many citizens who wrote literature to describe what future life would entail. Huxley wrote, in the novel, Brave New World that the ideals that were significant in the past will no longer be important in the future. Throughout the last few decades world view has become trivial about everything people think, act and speak about. All events that occur within Brave New World happen because the World State wants to have better government control over the individuality and happiness that the citizens possess. The only thing that matters to the World State is that there is an equal balance of …show more content…
After psychological conditioning occurs the children are considered a group of designer children. The government wants to condition citizens so that they have no freedom and are not identified as individuals. Designer children are now common in today's society because of the growth of technological resources. An online science magazine shows the first encounter of designer children into the world "The Fertility Institute recently stunned the fertility community by being the first company to boldly offer couples the opportunities to screen their embryos not only for diseases andgender, but also for eye colour, hair colour and complexion"(Singularity Hub 1). The online science magazine describes that society can create children that are not unique and do not have individuality, which is just like Brave New World.The circumstances for creating an ideal child are quite the same in both the novel and society. In both cases humans want to create an elite society of people to gain more stability within the community. With the new research of genetic engineering society is creating a group of super humans. The creation of a new type of people will create an improved social class system in the world, which Huxley has predicted in great detail. Throughout the novel Huxley describes modern society and how there will be a social class, which creates a place where everyone does not have

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