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Essay | Science in "Brave New World"

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Science in "Brave New World"

Summary: Describes how science for the sake of science is not a good thing in Aldous Huxley's "Brave New World."
Aldous Huxley wrote Brave New World to criticize the stagnancy and absence of life in a new world created through scientific and technological advancement to secure discipline, saftey, and control over the human race. The study and progress of science advances until complete stagnancy is reached, where the world's population is ruled and regulated by a mere handful of individuals. Huxley bitterly attacks the deterioration of natural life through the use of imagery, detail, language, and diction.

The natural order of life was disrupted and substituted for whole populations that disagreed with the transition of the world; and people were being cloned to establish the different categories by which the worlds order would function and remain stable. "The noise of fourteen thousand aeroplanes advancing in open order. But in Kurfurstendamm and the Eighth Arrondissement, the explosion of the anthrax bombs is hardly louder than the...

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