Brave New World
In Brave New World by Aldous Huxley, he addresses the frightening possibility
of a society where love and passion are nonentities and efficient rules. This society is the
representation of the death of the individual and the family as we know it.
In the future society where “truth’s a menace [and] science is a public danger”
social stability is much more important than the individual (227). The conditioning
which each citizen goes
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more valuable that
the good of society. This is truly the case in our country today, where if the rights of one
man are violated we will proceed, if anything, overcautiously toward not allowing it to
happen again. Which is worth more, passion or efficiently? The answer is obviously
passion and emotion to me, but it was obviously efficiency to the world controllers; and
who is to say who is right and who is wrong?