Brave New World Essay

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Huxley's work, Brave New World, is a book about a society that is in the future. This book contains many strange things that are generally unheard of today. Yet we see that some of the ideas that are presented in this book were already present in the 20th century. The idea of having one superior race of people can easily be seen as something that Hitler was trying to accomplish during the Holocaust. Huxley presents the society in his book as being a greater civilization. A totalitarian type of leadership is also presented in his book. According to him, this would be the best and most effective type of government. Hitler also thought that a totalitarian government was best. We see several similarities between Hitler's Germany and Huxley's …show more content…
Huxley's work, Brave New World, is a book about a society that is in the future. This book contains many strange things that are generally unheard of today. Yet we see that some of the ideas that are presented in this book were already present in the 20th century. The idea of having one superior race of people can easily be seen as something that Hitler was trying to accomplish during the Holocaust. Huxley presents the society in his book as being a greater civilization. A totalitarian type of leadership is also presented in his book. According to him, this would be the best and most effective type of government. Hitler also thought that a totalitarian government was best. We see several similarities between Hitler's Germany and Huxley's society. Although there are some instances where we can see that the seeds of the society conceived by Huxley were sown in the 20th century, a society like this would never be possible. The civilization that is presented is one that is completely controlled by science and man. Ultimately, all matters are controlled by God and man will never be able to completely have control over everything. Some of the idea's Huxley presents in Brave New World have planted seeds in the 20th century but regardless, a society like Huxley imagines will never be possible because it is a world without God and God holds everything in his control. During the 20th century one of the greatest tragedies in history took place. The Holocaust began as a way to

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