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Brave New World Vs. Our World

Summary: "Brave New World", by Aldous Huxley, portrays a "utopian" society that greatly differs from the realities of the world today. It brings to debate the true origin of happiness, either through our belief in God and a set of mores, or through hedonism and pragmatically meeting immediate needs of the senses.

In Aldous Huxley's Brave New World, Mustapha Mond, one of ten World Controllers, suggests that the price of universal happiness will be the sacrifice of the most sacred truth of the culture that our ancestors lived, with such as: motherhood, God, freedom, love, and even pain. He indicates that happiness derives from consuming mass-produced goods, sport, casual and indiscriminate sex, "the feelies", and a supposedly perfect pleasure-drug, soma. Interrupting the process of Brave New World, John `the savage' argues that happiness is not worth sacrificing freedom, love, books, and also pain and suffering.

Both sides have strong points, but the way society should operate determines on the condition of the society today. Today's society, the conditions are at, where more than half of its population does not have a decent dinner at night.

At these outrageous numbers, A world like Brave New

World, where...

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