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The Suppression the Individual and Freedom to Choose Fate Huxleys so called Utopia drastically suppresses the individual in society The people in this Utopia are completely lacking in crucial emotions which the imperfect individual possesses They have no feelings of love care and sympathy because blind happiness is a necessity for stability Being devoid of these characteristics the people in this utopia are virtual robots The people in this society lead a life strictly controlled by the government for the purpose of maintaining a stable society Thus the ultimate question is asked Is it worth suppressing free will and individuality for a stable and perfect society In Huxleys utopia lifes general purpose is to uphold the stability of the government to form a perfect society In an essence mankind has lost free will because they are no longer responsible for themselves because they are responsible for the state The society is depended upon a control But is perfection what a society really needs Our imperfections make us human beings Loss of individuality in Huxleys Utopia can be attributed to experience as well All conditioning aims at making people like their inescapable social destiny 235 Since values can be taught in Brave New World the values established by the World State are impressed upon the children Certain devices such as electric shocks are used to leave impressions upon people at a young age as a means to make infants afraid of books because books can contain controversial ideas This robs a sense of the individual in the sense that from birth they are mechanically taught things that go directly against their human nature However this loss of individualism can be seen in our own society as well During infancy for the most part our ideologies are highly influenced by our parents and by other controlling factors However in this society compared to Huxleys Utopia at a certain age we are free to believe
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