Brave New World Essay | Brave New World - "Freedom of the Individual"

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Brave New World - "Freedom of the Individual"

Summary: Brave New World - "Freedom of the Individual"
Freedom. Liberty. Lack of restrictions. Aldous Huxley's work Brave New World places people under what our society's standards would regard as very restrictive. Genetically engineering people in factories to be "processed" into classes ranging from manual labour to research and development officials would not be welcomed by the modern communities of this world. Huxley's world is different in that the victims of the processing are constantly conditioned to believe that they are fulfilling their special purposes on the earth. Being born into bondage in our world provides a feeling of deep longing for the life of outsiders. Being processed as a gamma in the Brave New World is as ordinary as fearing for ones life at the sight of a geranium.

Henry Ford chose productivity over freedom of choice when setting up production lines for his famous Model "T." His...

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