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The Lack of Nature in "Brave New World"

Summary: The utopia in "Brave New World" by Aldous Huxley seeks to eliminate all traces of nature in order to produce a more controllable environment. But since man is innately linked to nature, this attempt at this type of societal order fails.
The wild is the natural world and the natural impulses of humanity. Huxley's Brave New World exploits or tames predictable aspects of nature until they are no longer wild and unpredictable. Those aspects of the wild that are inherently unpredictable and cannot be used are viciously oppressed by conditioning people.

The wild and nature can be seen in two different ways, human nature and the natural world which includes the human animal. The natural world contains predictable aspects that are controlled and tamed until they are no longer wild, but are part of Brave New World's order, ."..so many of the natural impulses are allowed free play that there really aren't any temptations to resist.." An instinct that is tamed and used to control the population is an aversion to shocks and loud noises. This is used as part of the conditioning...

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