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Quotation from Brave New World Analyzed

Summary: Analysis of quote: "God isn't compatible with machinery, scientific medicine and universal happiness. You must make your choice. Our civilization has chosen machinery, medicine, and happiness." from Brave New World by Aldous Huxley.
This preceding quotation serves as form to the major differences between the English based "modern civilization," in addition to the reservation in New Mexico, and divulges the imposing conflict that exists between these philosophies, ethics. In Brave New World, Ethics exist only between the aristocracy and those who oppose it, and since people are conditioned not to oppose tradition; ethics is not an issue.

"God isn't." The first two words of the quotation can appear extremely audacious in content, as they give the impression that Mustapha Mond (or any other human for that matter), understands, or even coexists with God. This arises an argument between the two civilizations that does not arise in the text, but is interesting nonetheless: Is Mond an accurate parallel for god? He demonstrates power but lacks moral.

For Mustapha Mond, this discussion serves merely as an explanation of his...



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