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Jason Schabes Brave New World Essay TRUE STABILITY THE COMPARISON OF TODAYs WORLD AND HUXLEYs WORLD Huxleys Brave New World is definitely new and is something that is difficult for a person living in a 90s world to imagine for it is so very diverse compared to our society and customs today The odd world and lifestyle that was prophesied by Aldous Huxley in the first half of the 20th century has much of the same basis of customs but they are just performed different ritually in these peoples everyday routines If anyone from our time and our world were ever to spend any given amount of time in Huxleys world then they would be confused shunned by society and looked at almost as a savage like John for having such different and primitive ways This of course would happen to anyone from Huxleys world that infiltrated our world that we know Its all in ones opinion whether or not Huxleys adjustments for a stable environment are just are not but what can be done is to show a comparison between a world subjected to Huxleys ideas from Brave New World and our reality today One comparison that can be made and also the most obvious is how people are brought into the world In Huxleys world there is a complicated hatching process where embryos are monitored and adjusted This occurs in the Central London Hatchery and Conditioning Center There are many many aspects to this process and many different methods used to bring life into the world then what we are accustomed to Here embryos are kept in jars and processed in several ways and conditioned in such a way that everything about the person can be determined and altered Once these children are born they are put through several events from day one which help to suit them for the rest of their lives For example a type of treatment
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