Brave New World By Aldous Huxley

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In Brave New World by Aldous Huxley, people in the book show lack of emotion,feelings,interest or concern especially regarding matters of general importance or appeal wishing we had lack of apathy, my prediction is that people will no longer have strong emotions about anything important.They will become apathetic about most issues.We are convinced that one individual doesn’t matter. We can’t really make a difference in anything we believe in. That’s one of the reasons why people have started to lose interest in many aspects of their lives because they can’t do anything to change that. However,this only applies to a certain part of the population. To be honest in my opinion I personally think most of our generation thanks to social media…show more content…
In Brave New World no one

cares about people dying, because they have no family, no emotional attachments, no

one to care about. ”But what do you mean. They are being death conditioned ” (Brave

New World). In their world death is viewed as a good thing and they don’t worry about it.

When someone dies, no one cares. They really just think of it as people just leaving earth to

become a fertilizer.

In this novel, feelings and emotions are viewed as unhealthy. Once they start feeling

emotions the citizens tell them to go immediately and see a doctor, that 's why their

population is apathetic because they can’t feel emotions at all. It’s technically not their

faults, but the concept of not caring, and following what the others do is their fault. The only

thing Huxley feared was that if anyone is going to become a trivial culture, also with some

feelings, the orgy porgy,and the centrifugal. This emotional lack of bonds that is being

influenced on inability to limit the dignity of humans being individuals, and it starts creating

apathy toward death and loss of life.

My generation at this age is more of a sophisticated at the moment than it was at

a comparable age. All we do is absorb scandals,outrage,disillusionment,and we know

how bad it

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