The fears of the futuristic world in Brave New World, and it's impact on society.

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The novel Brave New World, by Aldous Huxley outlines many fears of the futuristic world, and their impact on society. Aldous Huxley is not as positive, and in fact rather pessimistic about the direction that various aspects of society could progress too. Initially, Huxley claims there would be no reason to ban a book, for there would be no one who would indulge in reading one. Huxley also believes that so much would be given …

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…great impact upon society, and a futuristic world such as is suggested could have the potential to lead to its own downfall. With no books, individuality, truth, or culture, a society can truly be conditioned to act as one. As today's society becomes more and more stereotypical, everyday we take a step closer to what seems to be a futuristic world. As massive consumers, how far away are we really, to a Brave New World?