I believe that we are allowing it more and more, but I disagree with having stability take away from are individualism. If there is no real attachment you can consider me out, love is a much better emotion then everyone thinking they are happy. We will never have a perfect society that loves all, but that balances us out and is needed in away. Huxley wanted to scare his readers of this evil world which is so over joyed its miserable, to allow them to make better choices for themselves, and say no to the government every now and then.
This is one of the most basic forms of propaganda; they are influencing you without your knowledge. This is evil in the sense of lining the company’s pocket. This might not seem like a big deal, but over time it leads to the growth of a company that could care less about the c... ... middle of paper ... ... any society. Depending on whose angle you are looking from, any sort of argument or comment could be distorted as propaganda, even this paper could be considered propaganda against propaganda. It’s a never-ending cycle, but while it can’t be destroyed, propaganda should be watched closely and doubted by all citizens.
For human beings, the work toward the goal of a perfect society will be long and may never produce the results of the Houyhnhnms, but by using new viewpoints, a utopia might be closer than it seems. In conclusion the Houyhnhnms were almost too perfect for their own good. They stayed away from all of the things that would result in them losing focus of seeking reason, but there is no way everyone in their society would always be happy with their way of thinking. The lack of freedom is too evident in the Houyhnhnm society. Instead it was the Lilliputian people that had the closest chance at a utopia.
Every change is a menace to stability,” (Huxley 153). Lacking an identity causes problems with having close relationships with people, for the uniquenes... ... middle of paper ... ...e everything is perfect, yet the literal meaning for utopia is “nowhere”. No where will this idea ever be achieved, hence why I’m here reading it in a book. In order for this idea of a utopian society to work, individuality and free will must be stripped away. Huxley’s main goal through out this novel is to portray his views on todays society while manipulating humans and using technology to recreate humans as puppets rather than letting it all occur naturally.
The novel, Brave New World is like no other, it predicts a future overpowered by technology where the people have no religion. Has Huxley written about a degrading way of life or has he discovered the key to a perfect world that should be called utopia? The society presented in the novel is as completely rational as our own and all the precautions that are taken are needed to preserve their lifestyle. However different and horrible as the lives of individuals seem to be, in actuality they are much better than ours are. While many believe that the government controlled word, religion, the strict class system, the restraint of history, culture, the arts and books, and the obsolete need for parents and love are contradictory to utopia, these aspects of society are actually conducive to utopia.
In trying to make everything perfect things have gone horribly wrong, like the society in Brave New World. In any novel where the world is supposed to be super perfect, believe that the world is incredibly messed up, also believe that the main character in the novel is going to be the only person or one of only a few people who recognizes just how messed up things are. That is what happens in Brave New Worlds society, no one has to feel pain, be afraid of death or deal with anything, even the slightest bit of un-comfort, and everything is extremely stable. There is lots of sex and drugs to keep people happy, or totally oblivious. The point Huxley wanted to convey in Brave New World was once you sacrifice liberty from one hundred percent order bad things happen.
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While they are so sad about what they missed , they automatically direct themselves to a similar product which is not good as previous but most of the time they feel satisfied . These tactics do not only influence adults , they influence kids as well . There is huge amount of ethical concerns about advertising which relates with children .Children may get the wrong impression a... ... middle of paper ... ...ium . It should be restricted on everywhere but in this capitalist world , money talks , nobody cares about children or spiritual things . Overall , governmental organizations should place an appropriate regulation within advertisement industry .
36) This shows how Montag believed that burning a person’s things was perfectly fine. He was blinded by how the society had thought it to be better and more equal without books; to the point where people were hurt by them. The idea of equality and multiple other factors are contributed to a type of moral fog; Everyone thinks that they are happy, and that nothing is wrong. This fake equality doesn’t come without a price. The government has deemed that to make everyone equal, they have to get rid of multiple tools that people today use.
When I think of Creon and Oedipus, I think of them as fools; even though they both become king, they still lost something in the end due to their arrogance and excessive pride. Pride can be both negative and positive; when Pride takes over someone’s life, that person becomes arrogant, because that person tends to look down on others. I am not saying that pride is not a good quality to possess, but too much of a good thing can be a burden. In Antigone, The prophet Tiresias told Creon that “all men make mistakes, it is only human. But once the wrong is done a man can turn his back on folly, misfortune too” (Antigone-lines 1132-1134).