Instead of making life paradise, the World State creates contentment by conditioning and numbing individuals to their feelings. In reference to conditioning, the Director explains, “And that, that is the secret of happi...
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...d using assembly lines to produce humans.
Despite the two author’s intentions to depict utopian fantasies, they produced more ties to the dystopian aspects of humans and society. In an attempt to portray an accurate paradise, conditioning and assembly lines seek to increase the production of humans. Also, the characterization of American as a dystopia is shown, and descriptions of a horrifying but realistic future disturb readers. As technology continues to improve, it will continue to try to increase mankind’s standard of living and its journey towards perfection. Unfortunately, mankind does not take into account the corruption of technology and their own corruption. As the Bible clearly states, we remain evil from the moment we become conceived until we die and suffer from the inability of perfection. “Who can make the clean out of the unclean? No one!” (Job 14:4).
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