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In Brave New World the author Aldous Huxley uses science to keep the inhabitancy of his world down The masses such as Linda and the Epsilons fallow blindly into the world they are told is the height of technological advancement Methods such as conditioning lead them to this blind path they believe their leader unconditionally with out thought other wise The world leaders in turn used this to their advantage the leaders created a world that would work more efficiently and put more money in their pocket Later in the novel Mustapha Mond the controller reveals that the society functions only because science is limited If one is suspected of an over interest in the sciences or not enjoying participating in costly or social events they are sent to a distant island so their infectious ideas will not spread It is this disregard for advancement of life that John a savage can not live with and so eventually ends his life without the medication or the children in death de-sensitivity training The world states motto states COMMUNITY IDENTITY SATABILITYHuxley1 The masses of people in Huxleys world have been conditioned into their existence they are taught to be happy in their station Alpha children wear gray They work much harder then we do because theyre so frightfully clever Im really awfully glad Im a Beta because I dont work so hard And then we are much better then the Gammas and Deltas Gammas are stupid They all wear green and Delta children wear khakiEpsilons are still worse Theyre to stupid to be able toHuxley18 This conditioning leads them in to the false security of being happy with themselves this of course is the desired effect The secret to happiness and virtue is liking what youve got to do Huxley10 They thought the problem before Ford was the fact science did not allow happiness No wonder these poor pre-moderns were mad and wicked
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