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Community Identity and Stability This motto seems to appropriately state the nature of the hatchery as well as the nature of the world that Huxley creates The center strives for community identity and stability as it literally creates the people of the world The motto helps Huxley use setting in three different situations When describing community Huxley creates the Infant Nurseries and the Neo-Pavlovion Condition Rooms to show setting Huxley uses the Decanting Room to symbolize the setting for the second part of the motto identity Finally the Fertilizing Room is an example of setting while describing stability Infant Nurseries and the Neo-Pavlovion Condition Rooms is where the conditioning process is demonstrated for the students In clear sight in the room there are bowls of roses and books with pictures of beasts birds and other creatures The babies are brought in and set before the objects as soon as the infants begin to respond with delight over what they see a series of explosions and shocks are generated to frighten them The very sight of the roses and picture books causes feelings of aversion and terror in the children Therefore the state believes the children will be safe from books and botany all their lives Huxley uses this scene to portray the motto of community To support Huxleys motto of identity he uses the scene of brainwashing He states how brains washing starts from the beginning right at birth using conditioning exercises and sleep teaching The infants are soon made to accept who they are what their future jobs will be and they station in life The government rationalizes the brainwashing by saying that it is trying to ensure order and happiness in the new world The problem however in the brave new world is that the conditioning is so complete and the pursuit of external happiness is so compulsive that it is enormously difficult for the individual to increase his awareness of himself
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