Brave New World Essay

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A smart, scholarly and skillful author named Aldous Huxley once said “Technological progress has merely provided us with more efficient means for going backwards”. The advancement, improvement and the wrong use of technology has affected the world in a really negative way. When technology first started to improve and become more advanced was during the WW1 and WW2, which caused the most destructive wars in human history. For example the wrong use of technology led the Americans to produce one of the most destructive bombs that killed about more than 80,000 innocent people in Japan, Nagasaki. Another perfect example could be the production of nuclear weapons and missiles in Russia and Iran, which are made to eventually be used in another…show more content…
And Epsilons are still worse. They’re too stupid to be able to read or write..." this demonstrates how young people are conditioned to accept their caste even though they might be the worse (Huxley, 27). People are conditioned in the world state to accept and think that their caste is superior to others. Huxley’ wrote Brave New World to warn the world of science and technology and its wrongful uses, because people in the world state are being conditioned to morals set forth by government officials.
Huxley’ wrote Brave New World to warn the world of science and technology and its wrongful uses, because in the World State a caste system is available in which certain people are superior to others. During the tour of the children around the World State, Mr. Foster says. “We also predestine and condition. We decant our babies as socialized human beings, as Alphas or Epsilons, as future sewage workers or future…” which demonstrates through science people in the World State are easily controlled (Huxley, 13). From the point these utopians were fertilized embryos; their lives were already planned for them. They were set to certain intelligence, caste, height, looks. This allowed the state control society because they determined who became successful and was in the upper classes and who would always be a lower class member. Furthermore, in the caste system there is four different classes were each class wears a certain color to represent their

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