Brave New World Essay | A Perfect Society

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A Perfect Society

Summary: A description of the similarities and differences between the perfect society described in Aldous Huxley's Brave New World and the efforts in our world to achieve a perfect society. While Huxley's imagined world is non-existent, his vision of the future has in many ways become our present day.
As demonstrated in Aldous Huxley's Brave New World the idea of a world that is perfect is non-existent. But the similarities in the errors that are made by Huxley's society while trying to achieve this perfection are strangely similar to those made in our day and age. Children playing with complicated machines, world leaders wanting to increase consumption in order augment cash flow, children participating in sexual activities, scientists trying to play God, no distinctiveness, drugged happiness; Huxley's vision of the future is our present.

Huxley's description of world leaders as he imagined they would be is extremely similar to what they truly are. His creation of these demanding leaders is no different than our world leaders now, whose goals are to become as rich and powerful as ever. Just as the leaders in the book want to control everything without letting there citizens be aware of...

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