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This student essay consists of approximately 7 pages of analysis of Brave New World and Blade Runner.
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Brave New World and Blade Runner - Perspectives

Summary: There are many different perspectives between the futuristic world represented in Ridely Scott's, Blade Runner and Aldos Huxley's, Brave New World. Both texts illustrate the effect of human interference with natural processes and environments in many different ways. Despite the fact of being conditioned humans and replicates still have a natural connection to the natural world as is evidently shown through the use of language features and film techniques in both texts. Therefore, the suppression of human's natural emotions and functions, ultimately result in the creation of emotions, thus shaping and reflecting the relationship and understanding of human's within the natural world. These ideas are shown through a range of Postmodernist, Feminist and Judao-Christian perspectives.
The concept of totalitarianism is indoctrination, into all levels of society, which seek to

reshape society's values and attitudes by suppressing their emotions and natural

functions. Evidently, in Brave New World and Blade Runner, such emotions and

natural functions are to powerful to deny, as such functions are an integral part of our

beings. In Aldous Huxley's, Brave New World the World State reflects a totalitarian

state as all humans are conditioned to believe in one orthodox perspective, thus by

controlling and shaping the people's perspective, their natural emotions are

oppressed and denied. Therefore, opening the doorway for disagreement to such

orthodoxy and creation of natural emotions. The Director states, " We conditioned the

masses to hate the country... to abolish the love of nature." 1 Therefore in such a

totalitarian state, like the World State, were people's emotions are controlled and

conditioned, eventually...

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