Brave New World Revisited by Aldous Huxley
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...Aldous Huxley 2008 Thesis ment In Brave New World Revisited (firstpublished 1958), a non-fiction by Aldous Huxley, one of the key topics discussed is eugenics, that is social Darwinism or the interfering into the genetic composition of human life, through which quality and quantity of mankind can be controlled. Although the subject of eugenics came into much criticism, particularly when it acquired racist connotation in Nazi Germany, there has been a renewed interest in social biology that aims to deny the process of natural order. Introduction The term eugenics refers to the social philosophy that supports intervention... ) for particular qualities to match society's needs, to like the work...
Brave New World Novel, Aldous Huxley
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...Aldous Huxley The story in Brave New World, by Aldous Huxley is set in London in anticipation of the invention of reproductive technology and sleep-learning as a means of transforming the society (Huxley, 2008). In this regard, the novel narrates the possibility of human life becoming industrialized in the future. In this regard, the novel attempted to foresee the possibility of human reproduction being transformed by technology from the natural birth system to an artificial reproduction system performed in the laboratory setup (Huxley, 2008). Students are taken through Social Predestination rooms where scientists are busy developing social castes. The students then proceed... Brave New World Novel,...
Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
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...Aldous Huxley The book Brave New World was written by Aldous Huxley in the year 1932. However, it is set way much more in the future. In his novel, Huxley makes the readers aware of what he thinks might happen in the coming decades. He writes the story of a fictional time when no one believes in anything but science, which does all the work and fulfills all their needs; they do not have to pray for a better life. Considering Huxley’s predictions of the world in the future, the readers cannot help but wonder to what extent the writer has managed to get them right, how much the future thought up by an imaginative mind matches that of the reality. The idea behind hypnopaedia... ? Brave New World by Aldous...
Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
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...Aldous Huxley (1894-1963), portrays the abuse of science in order to create an ultra-modern dehumanized society so that the state is in total control over the society. The birth of the "brave new world", (the title taken from Shaksepeare's play, Tempest) is calculated from the day the T-series automobile was launched by Ford, bringing forth the era of mass production. Even human beings are mass produced and are conditioned - in neo-Pavlovian style -in the Central London Hatchery and Conditioning Center to form emotionless social norms. Among the two main characters... Rui Huang Staley Writing April 22, 2008 Literary Analysis: Brave New World The novel, Brave New World (first published in 1932) by Aldous...
A Comparative Essay on Brave New World by Aldous Huxley and Animal Farm by George Orwell
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...Aldous Huxley and Animal Farm by George Orwell It is very important to learn lessons from history and take them into consideration in order to avoid the same mistakes in our contemporary society. Brave New World by Aldous Huxley and Animal Farm by George Orwell are the best books if it is necessary to study the negative impact of communism upon human life. Both the books under consideration are dystopia novels; they satirize society. Moreover, both the authors tried to demonstrate an idea of a society in a repressive and controlled state; they also touched upon the theme of propaganda in their writings. Leaders of such societies also have... English 8 November A Comparative Essay on Brave New World by...
God, Man, and Nature in Frankenstein by Mary Shelley and Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
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...Aldous Huxley, both depict accounts of what can happen to a person or a society that attempts to become a god. Victor Frankenstein, the protagonist of the novel "Frankenstein," is a scientist who has made an amazing discovery-he can create life. "After days and nights of incredible labour and fatigue, I succeeded in discovering the cause of generation and life; nay, more, I became myself capable of bestowing animation upon lifeless matter." (Frankenstein pg. 49) Frankenstein is both exulted and apprehensive about his discovery and unsure, at first, what to do with this knowledge. "When I found so astonishing a power placed within my hands, I hesitated... God, man and nature are vastly intertwined...
King Lear" by William Shakespeare and "Brave New World" by Aldous Huxley
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...Aldous Huxley in 1932, and King Lear, written by Shakespeare over four centuries past, look and even feel absolutely different from one another. One introduces readers to a futuristic “utopian” society, a society where being alone or being an individual is generally inconceivable. People in this society are genetically engineered into a rigid caste system and programmed for group-think, while being conditioned to be proud, happy workers whose only goal is the good of society. People are also brought up in what is known as “State Conditioning Centers” to idolize a mysterious founder named “Ford”, and promote the societal norm... ?At first glance, the literary works of A Brave New World, written by Aldous...
Brave New World by Aldous Huxeley and THX 1138
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...Aldous Huxeley and THX 1138 The advancements in science and technology in the contemporary world have influenced the progress ofliterature and film which reflect the themes and topics of these developments. With the development of science fiction, literature as well as film industry has found a new way to represent the issues concerning humanity in the background of scientifically and technology advanced world. Many often, literature and films deal with themes and topics such as sexuality, technology, reproduction, drugs, and space which are tied into topics like control and freedom. Brave New World by Aldous Huxley and THX 1138 by George Lucas offer two best examples of how... Brave New World by Aldous...
Brave New World by Aldous Huxeley and THX 1138
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...Aldous Huxeley and THX 1138 The advancements in science and technology in the contemporary world have influenced the progress of literature and film which reflect the themes and topics of these developments. With the development of science fiction, literature as well as film industry has found a new way to represent the issues concerning humanity in the background of scientifically and technology advanced world. Many often, literature and films deal with themes and topics such as sexuality, technology, reproduction, drugs, and space which are tied into topics like control and freedom. Brave New World by Aldous Huxley and THX 1138 by George Lucas offer two best examples of how... Brave New World by Aldous ...
Huxley on Happiness and Comfort
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...Huxley on Happiness and Comfort Aldous Huxley, in Brave New World, has tried to exploit the anxieties of his bourgeois audience about both Soviet Communism and Fordist American Capitalism, where the years are as A.F. or After Ford. Brave New World is a benevolent dictatorship: a static, efficient, totalitarian welfare-state. The Director of Hatchery demonstrated the Fertilizing Room where the excise ovary were preserved and it was passed to the liquor in which detached and ripened eggs, later undergoing Bokanovsky's Process to create 96 clone of one embryo. [Aldous Huxley, 3] In Brave New World, happiness derives from consuming mass -produced goods, sports... and they even don't want it and...
Aldous Huxley's "Brave New World"
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...Aldous Huxley shows the adverse effects that excessive dependence of science might have on human life. Through abuse of biology, physiology and psychology, the state imposes total control over the people. This is a dystopic novel, more potent than George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty Four, since science's ability to control the human mind did not seem completely unrealistic, though fearsome, at the time. While the novel is an indictment on what we now know as 'eugenics', in the non-fiction, Brave New World Revisited, published in 1958, Huxley seems to support the system... the novel depicts a scary world of pre-determined birth qualities, in the essay, Huxley seems to be drawn by...
Idea in Aldous Huxley's "Brave New World" and "Brave New World revisited"
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...Aldous Huxley shows the adverse effects that excessive dependence of science might have on human life. Through abuse of biology, physiology and psychology, the state imposes total control over the people. This is a dystopic novel, more potent than George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty Four, since science’s ability to control the human mind did not seem completely unrealistic, though fearsome, at the time. While the novel is an indictment on what we now know as ‘eugenics’, in the non-fiction, Brave New World Revisited, published in 1958, Huxley seems to support the system that the state... Brave New World” and “Brave New World Revisited” 2008 In the novel, Brave New World, published for the first time in 1932,...
The book called "Brave New World"
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...Aldous Huxley is the detachment and the severing of the human life from the world of nature, the reasons behind this disassociation and its possible long term consequences. As the new cultural movements pervade the contemporary world and the science becomes the prominent lens through which the humanity tends to observe the society and its institutions, the consequences imminent in Brave New World not only become a pertinent possibility but also seem to be life like and real. The first chapter... of the English of the Concerned 22 October Brave New World: A Sterile Dystopia built on Seemingly Noble Intentions There is no denying that one of the salient themes in the novel Brave New World written by...
Aldous Huxleys Brave New World
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...Aldous Huxley's "Brave New World" 2008 The novel, Brave New World (first published in 1932) by Aldous Huxley (1894-1963), portrays an ultramodern society that dehumanizes through the dearth of theology and family, the fixation for corporeal happiness, and the abuse of technology. The birth of the "brave new world", as John the Savage quotes from Shakespeare's Tempest, is calculated from the day the T series automobile was launched by Ford, bringing forth the era of mass production. Even human beings are produced en masse and conditioned - in neo-Pavlovian style - to emotionless social norms in the Central London Hatchery and Conditioning Center. Among the two main characters... John the Savage in Aldous...
Comparing and Contrasting the Film "Gattaca" to the Novel "Brave new World"
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...Aldous Huxley. They are all based on the future perfections and how science is overriding the world. Despite, being the masterpiece of the same person, these two materials share certain similarities and other contradicting differences. (Wilson 01) The main character in Gattaca, Vincent has inner strength compared to John and Bernard who are the main characters in the book The Brave New World. These two characters had once never been happy with themselves for not being perfect. Additionally, they share similarity on how they often rebel against their own societies. Therefore... as the most human character among other characters (Huxley 52). This is because; john has never...
Blake, Songs of Innocence
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...Aldous Huxley, etc. As Edward Larissy said, “Blake... The Number 12 September Blake, Songs of Innocence My primary goal in this paper is to summarize William Blake’s poem “The Lamb”. Apart from this, the paper aims at discussing Blake’s activity and his poems’ significance in British literature. “The Lamb” starts with a rhetorical question “Little Lamb, who made thee?” (Blake 53). It is followed by a series of similar questions that ask the lamb who gave him life, fed and clothed him, presented him with a beautiful voice. These rhetorical inquiries make up the first part of the poem. They represent a lamb as a lovely and innocent creature. At the same time, these questions raise the theme of Creator a...
Literary Comparative Essay on Brave New World and Animal Farm - Subject: Totalitarianism
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...Aldous Huxley and “Animal Farm” by George Orwell both encompass startling views of totalitarianism in the worlds that develop within each book’s pages. While each book creates different realities within their plots, the underlying tone of the dangers of totalitarianism connects the novels together through the link of demonstrating how overbearing governments can destroy society. The following paragraphs will discuss how the totalitarianism influences in each text relate to one another. Although the texts utilize the method of totalitarianism in different ways, the themes of these books... are intertwined due to the fact that they both include controlling governments. In “Brave New World,” the...
V of Plato's Republic
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...Aldous Huxley, two futuristic societies are portrayed in which children are prevented from knowing their parents. This paper will discuss why this may be considered beneficial by Plato, and by the leaders in Huxley‘s Brave New World. In addition, the ideals of sex and marriage portrayed in both of these works will be discussed as well. In the novel entitled Brave New World, by Aldous Huxley, a society based on the eradication of individuality is described... Compare and Contrast Essay In looking at two works of literature that deal with societies much different from our own, it is important to discuss the benefits and drawbacks of such societies. In Book V of Plato’s Republic and Brave New World, by...
Totalitarian controls in Brave New World
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...Aldous Huxley written in the year 1931. In this novel, the writer predicts improvements in psychological manipulation, operant conditioning, reproductive technology, and sleep-learning. The novel starts in London where the director of the hatchery and his assistance Henry Foster gives a tour to a group of boys. Later Bernard goes to the reservation in the company of Lenina. While at the reservation, they meet John who accompanies them back to the world state after a nod from Mustapha Mond. While at the World sate, John becomes increasingly uncomfortable with the life style at his new environment. John finds himself in a dilemma... Totalitarian controls in Brave New World Brave New World is a novel by Ald...
The Manipulation of Language used in "Brave New World" and "Animal Farm"
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...Aldous Huxley and the novel “Animal Farm” by George Orwell, the writers discuss the important aspect of manipulation of language and distortion of the truth that is used by the powerful classes to manage and suppress the lower classes. The paper will draw attention to this theme used in Brave New World by Aldous Huxley and Animal Farm by George Orwell. There is a strong element of projecting a world where the few in power manipulate language to control the masses by the use of technology, dishonesty through distortion of rhetoric and by class stratification.  In both the novels, there is struggle... The Manipulation of Language in both Brave New World and Animal Farm In the novel “Brave New World”by...
Identify the important examples and images of technology in the novel and to explain why they are important.
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...Aldous Huxley cautiously attempts to integrate features of technology as the most dominant traits with the new world that is comprehensively calculated to alienate its readers. Indeed all of the additional themes of the novel are stitched together with the main theme, “the advancement of science as it affects human individuals” (Huxley xi). The dominance of the technology that ultimately lacks love and emotion contributes to the sinister aspect of Huxley’s “ideal society”. Apparently the novel appears fallibly to be the mere futurology of a technology-equipped world. Rather an in-depth analysis of the inner... Images of Technology and Their Importance Introduction In the novel “the Brave New World”...
"Ways of knowing are a check on our instinctive judgments" To what extent do you agree with this statement?
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...Aldous Huxley, language is a thread that strings human experiences to knowledge. In this respect, language is an important element of knowing that controls people’s instinctive judgment. A world without language leads to a vacuum of information. It, therefore, is important to preserve language, as a way of knowing that plays a significant role in re-aligning instinctive judgement. Evidently, despite the deviance in language that in many instances leads to mis-interpretation, many decisions have prevailed (Pickstone 69). Intuitive existence in many occasions questions the source of knowledge and apparent ability to examine the external environment. An array of concerns brings into light... ...
Essay of synthesis
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...Aldous Huxley In the modern world, which is technology driven, human beings rely dangerously on technology for almost all aspects of their activities, including procreation. While people may be in a position to enjoy many comforts due to the technology being applied in different walks of life, on the flipside, heavy reliance on technology has its own pitfalls that they hardly recognize. Aldous Huxley’s novel, “Brave New World,” eloquently illustrates the dangers of heavy reliance on technology by humans and its devastating consequences. The story portrays a society in the future, set in the twenty sixth century, where people’s lives remain... examined in the course of writing this essay....
Critical Analysis of God is Alive (1966) by Leonard Cohen
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...Aldous Huxley, Bertrand Russell and John Lennon. Cohen the novelist and poet preceded his foray into song writing and singing. But even in a thought-provoking novel such as Beautiful Losers, the lyric writing talents of the author are quite evident, especially in the passage that includes God is Alive. One of the impressive literary features of the poem is the aura of the sermon that it evokes. The choice of words such as ‘poor’, ‘sick... ? Critical Analysis of God is Alive (1966) by Leonard Cohen: Leonard Cohen is one of those artists of rare breed who drew creative inspiration from the rapidly changing social and cultural atmosphere after the Second World War. He is also one of the most versatile and...
Aristotelian Conventions of Tragedy in King Lear and Brave New World
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...Aldous Huxley. Therefore, this paper comparing both the text will analyze how the protagonists in both the works undergo the above mentioned three conventions of reversal, recognition and sufferings as part of the plot, thus leading to tragic results... ?Aristotelian Conventions of Tragedy in King Lear and Brave New World People and in particular readers of fiction will always want happy endings in real life as well as in fictional stories. However, when viewed from the perspective of creators or authors of fictional works, tragic endings and thereby tragic stories will only make a deeper imprint in the minds of the readers. Aristotle came up with some key conventions and if the fictional work,...
Around the World in 80 Days & Brave New World
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...Aldous Huxley has one major goal which is technological development. The aspirations and morals of the society are not similar to those found in the modern European society. Those that are found in the society include success, love and family (Huxley, 1998). The morals and aspirations found in the book are focused around the technologic growth, economy, improvement and industry. In the book, the citizens are not worried about themselves as individuals but they have been trained to view the world as a united and technologically oriented (Huxley, 1998... Around The World in 80 Days Vs Brave New World Affiliation Around The World in 80 Days Vs Brave New World The world in thebook “Brave New World” by Aldous ...
Preventing a Brave New World
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...Aldous Huxley in the 1932 novel. The features of this novel largely portray the future of humanity, as one that is descending into soulless mediocrity that is influenced by genetic manipulation as well as other related biological sciences applications. Kass immensely offers a scorching indictment of the entire contributing factors and efforts that lead to clone human beings. Notably, Kass has a strong feeling that efforts... Preventing a Brave New World Dr. Leon Kass who is the chairperson of the President’s Bioethics Council is also an Addie Clark Harding Professor within the committee on Social Thoughts. Dealing with Ethical issues, Kass is extremely concerned with the Brave New World as presented by A...
IN WHAT WAYS AND TO WHAT EFFECT IS 'GENRE' QUESTIONED IN IF ON A WINTER' S NIGHT A TRAVELLER', BY ITALO CALVINO
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...Aldous Huxley); Meta-physical enquiries (Iris Murdoch and Huxley's later novels); Feminist novels (Dorris Lessing and Margaret Atwood being leading lights of this genre) and Marxist Realism (George Orwell's early works and numerous Russian authors). (Mullan, 2006, p.77) Given Calvino's experiences in childhood, as well as his father's involvement with Communist causes, it would be a natural inclination for him to adopt the Social Realism or Marxist Realism genres. Indeed, Calvino has successfully explored and mastered these genres... ?IN WHAT WAYS AND TO WHAT EFFECT IS 'GENRE' QUESTIONED IN IF ON A WINTER'S NIGHT A TRAVELLER', BY ITALO CALVINO? One of the hallmarks of good literature is its...
Concert report
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...Aldous Huxley said in one of his essays on music, “After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music”, studying the history of music introduced me to those aspects of life that could not be approached through mere intellectual reasoning and words. It has added a new dimension to my character.... Number Number Encore, January 17, Assignment Number Word Count: 760 I must say that I felt really curious and a bit anxious because of not knowing the nature of the assignment. On the one side I was really happy because I was sure that assignment will have something to do with music. Yet, on the other side I was also really doubtful about the complexity of the imminent assignment...
Progress and Responsibility: A Meditative Commentary
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...Aldous Huxley (Huxley 112) The development of technology is determinative. On the one hand humanity struggles for progress and always moves towards something new and better. On the other hand in this often blind pursuit for comfort and stability civilization seems to lose its direction. For many thinking individuals it may seem that the direction of the modern technological progress is no longer in the hands of people. Instead of people deciding how to use technological process it is technology that decides what people will do. Some may say... but a dangerous weapon in the hands of an immature infant. The roots of problem are psychological as any problem (as well as anything else at all)...
The life, times, and major works of William Blake
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...Aldous Huxley." Romanticism 15.1 (2009): 41-53. Print. Poem Hunter. “William Blake (28 November 1757 – 12 August 1827 / London)" Poet Hunter, 2014. Web. Apr 24 2014. < http://www.poemhunter.com/william-blake/biography/> Rowland, Christopher. "Blake and the Bible: Biblical Exegesis in the Work of William Blake." International Journal of Systematic Theology 7.2 (2005): 142-154. Print. WilliamBlake.Org. "William Blake Biography". William Blake: The Complete Works, 2002-2014. Web. April 24, 2014. ... Literature The Life, Times and Major Works of William Blake Although he was one of the greatest artists and poets of theromantic era, William Blake is regarded as the most misunderstood poet of his time. Besides being a poet, he was also a very spiritual...
Genetic Engineering Paper
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...Aldous Huxley as narrative examples (Fukuyama, p.6). A Brave New World envisioned a world where... Genetic Engineering Introduction Both Our Posthuman Future and Gattaca theorize that developments in biotechnology will lead to widening of the class divide in society. This thesis comes out clearly in both works where we see discrimination and inequality arising out of technological developments such as genetic engineering. In Our Posthuman Future, Francis Fukuyama explores the potential of the ever-growing field of biotechnology to alter the course of human history. He delves into topics such as neuropharmacology, life-prolonging techniques and genetic engineering and shows the danger they pose to the...
Comparecontrast this world with our present world.
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...Aldous Huxley Websites: http://www.huxley.net/bnw/index.html http://www.bookrags.com/notes/bnw/... As the suggests, the world in the novel of Huxley's Brave New World is truly brave and new from our point of view. It is totally in contrast with the world we are living in today. It has more of negative shades. To be more precise the writer has described all the human moral values as vices in this world. Every chapter in this novel sends jitters through the body of a reader. The time showed in this novel is in the future (AF 632 means year 2540 as per Gregorian Calendar). The significant thing about this World is that it is not divided into different continents, as is the case in our world. The whole world ...
Compare and contrast essay brave new world and 1984
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...Aldous Huxley was writing his book, he felt that the latter... When one makes a study of Brave New World and 1984, one will conclude that both of these books are political satires that deal with the issues concerning the suppression of human nature in favor of one that is based on absolute control. One would say that both of these books depict the future world as a dreary place within which to live because the means through which the hums society interacts within them is very different from what is the case today. The interaction between human beings has traditionally been the means of transmitting knowledge from one generation to another, but this is not the case because in these societies, the fact...
Religion, science and faith
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...Aldous Huxley and Cats Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut really do differ drastically almost from every single viewpoint, but it is still worth mentioning that there is one aspect. By saying that we mean extralinguistic, deeply philosophical matter which is perception of religion and science, in other words, a interrelations between things we usually call faith and reason. Like most of Vonnegut’s works, Cats Cradle is a satirical look at the structures and mores that underlie our society and our species, with particular attention paid to politics, science, religion, and all the other lies that make up our lives. By deconstructing... Religion, Science and Faith It goes without saying that Brave New World by Aldous ...
Revisit my anwser to the question in week one "What is Wisdom"
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...Aldous Huxley, Joseph Piper, Victor Frank. Before reading Socrates, I was focused on the materialistic concepts of wisdom, believing that wisdom, within context of modern life, refers to the success a person achieves materialistically. But after mulling over the philosophical musings of these renowned authors, I became aware that one’s spirituality definitely plays a key role in evolving his individuality by which he strives for the pursuit of wisdom, and there by acquires happiness. Thus my distorted perception of human wisdom and welfare transformed drastically through... Wisdom Revisited Part-I: Wisdom, as I understand from the readings for this is the pursuit of truth, deploying not just one’s...
My media life
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...Aldous Huxley had predicted the advent of the 24-hour news cycle with the invention of cable news television; it has been extended by the spread of the Internet to make it a truly 24-hour ready availability. Huxley said people had become somatotonic and fail to communicate (Nugel et al. 168). Works Cited Bush, Vannevar... My Media Life: Amusing Ourselves to Death 15 April (estimated word count 815) Amusing Ourselves to Death Introduction The modern life we lead today is marked by the prevalent influence of technology. It is a fast-paced life whose tempo is dictated by the ubiquitous Information Age wherein almost everything we do is determined to a large extent by the sheer number of consumer electronic...
Psychopharmacology, drugs and addiction-heroin
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...Aldous Huxley: “Who lives longer? The man who takes Heroin for two years and dies, Or a man who lives on roast beef, water and potatoes till 95? One passes his 24 months in eternity. All the years of the beef eater are lived only in time” Treatment and withdrawal: Specialized skills for the effective treatment of heroin drug abuse are of utmost importance and therefore... DRUG ADDICTION Heroin No. of pages – 4 -6530 “Thou hast the keys of Paradise, or just, subtle and mighty opium” Thomas de Quincy Confessions of an English Opium- Eater (Addiction Resources) In lower Mesopotamia, the “opium poppy” was cultivated around 3400 BC. In the 19th century, the chemical analysis of opium revealed that it was ma...
Ersatz Happiness
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...Aldous Huxley depicts a dystopian society. Several elements of his work reflect the current issues of hisworld as well as the concerns of the 21st century. In this new world, “Soma” is an indispensable drug which took 2000 scientists and six years to perfect. It soothes as well as enlivens without unpleasant secondary effects. To produce an ideal society, people should be void of harrowing emotions. Soma plays a significant role in maintaining a secure humanity by making certain that individuals do not feel and yearn for something better. However, this kind of euphoria is clearly false and robs a person’s right to a substantial life. The different... 2012. Bradford, Harry. “Low Income...
Pharmacology of opioids. Questions on Drugs.
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...Aldous Huxley was one of the first who tried LSD for non-medical reasons. The uncanny effect of LSD-25 was discovered in 1943, but only in recent months have far-reaching series of experiments have been brought to an end. The drug is a semisynthetic ergot preparation and works... ?Question Present the pharmacology of opioids, including chemical changes and mechanism of action. Opioid receptors are coupled with protein-nas G (G ?i / ?o). Upon stimulation of a receptor opioid inhibition adenylate cyclase activity occurs with reduced cAMP concentration and activity of cAMP dependent protein kinase or PKA, resulting in a decrease phosphorylation of proteins. It also produces a facilitation of closure calcium ...
Science and its Impact on Society
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...Aldous Huxley, informs his readers that scientific advances can be a threat to society- especially in the fields of biology, technology and psychology. According to Huxley, "The theme of Brave New World is not the advancement of science as such; it is the advancement of science as it affects human individuals"(Huxley CLC 79 290). One example... SCIENCE AND ITS IMPACT ON SOCIETY The relationship between science and society is different based on the perspective from which it is viewed. Society is in no way connected to science in the basic concept of visualizing and research that science comprises of; but society is definitely influenced by the results of science - it is either benefited or is largely...
Brave new review major assignment
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...Aldous Huxley, informs his readers that scientific advances can be a threat to society- especially in the fields of biology, technology and psychology.  According to Huxley, "The theme of Brave New World is not the advancement of science as such; it is the advancement of science as it affects human individuals"(Huxley CLC 79 290). One example is in biology... SCIENCE AND ITS IMPACT ON SOCIETY The relationship between science and society is different based on the perspective from which it is viewed. Societyis in no way connected to science in the basic concept of visualizing and research that science comprises of; but society is definitely influenced by the results of science – it is either benefited or...
"What can be meant by: "knowledge is the true organ of sight, not the eyes." (Panchatantra)
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...Huxley, Aldous (n.d.), ALDOUS HUXLEY: QUOTES, 04 June 2006 Newman, L (2005), Descartes Epistemology, 04 June 2006 Kaipa, Prasad & Johnson, Steve (1999), Igniting your Natural Genius, 03 June 2006 Russell, Bertrand (n.d.), Theory of Knowledge, 03 June 2006 Wikipedia, Theory of Knowledge, 04 June 2006 I have given the six references. You would have to add two more - page 3..about nanometer and the spectrum. The second is about The Book of the Courtier (page 5..) Kindly note the total number of words is below 1600 as per instructions given.... has to be based on language alone. There are many such areas where we have not lived or experienced but we have knowledge about that...
The meaning of Essay
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...Aldous Huxley. Huxley stated that an essay is a tool of literature... ? The Meaning of Essay Thesis ment The word essay has generally and for a quite amount of time in history been used to mean an experimental or a trial process. Introduction When studying at high school levels, it was evident that most of the academic papers were referred to as essays even when some of them appeared as mere articles. In addition, most United States educators refer articles or essays as term or research papers. This forms the basis of my title the “meaning of the term essay”, where I tend to explore the distinction of the term essay and other literally works such as articles. This is mostly true in the French history by...
Brave New World
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...Aldous Huxley. The novel dwells into the life of a dynamic society, whose changes affect the livelihood of the society in diverse fronts. In the novel, the author details the anticipated technological advancements as well as psychological conditioning, which integrate to cause changes in the society. Indeed, the author has explored various themes in the novel using diverse characterization as well as key elements that have shaped the course and meaning of the novel. Themes explored in the novel Social identity versus individual freedom The novel details... Brave New World of the affiliation Brave New World Brave New World is a ic piece of literary art by one of the greatest writers of the 20th century...
Political Theories and the Dystopia of Brave New World
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...Aldous Huxley presents one vision of a society that treats its own stability as the highest good while relegating individual citizens to the status of cogs in its massive machine. Huxley's genius is in taking political ideas to their extreme. He wonders about the result of a patriarchal government that relieves its citizens of the burdens of all forms of decision-making under the guise of providing for them an existence free of conflict. In the novel, personal expression is criminal and all important choices are made by a state that treats individuals like children and expects them to act... a reality. The existence of a book such as Brave New World and the fact that it continues to maintain...
Brave New World and Political Theory
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...Aldous Huxley presents one vision of a society that treats its own stability as the highest good while relegating individual citizens to the status of cogs in its massive machine. Huxley’s genius is in taking political ideas to their extreme. He wonders about the result of a patriarchal government that relieves its citizens of the burdens of all forms of decision-making under the guise of providing for them an existence free of conflict. In the novel, personal expression is criminal and all important choices are made by a state that treats individuals like children and expects them to act... a reality. The existence of a book such as Brave New World and the fact that it continues to maintain...
The life Winston experienced in 1984 which has a parallel in contemporary American life
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...Aldous Huxley in his article "Propaganda under a Dictatorship" writes, “The Chinese and the Russians are not relying merely on the indirect effects of advancing technology; they are working directly on the psycho-physical organisms of their lower leaders, subjecting minds and bodies to a system of ruthless and, from all accounts, highly effective conditioning.” The role of propaganda and advertisements based on false promises is no less damaging in the contemporary American life. In his article “Propaganda in a Democratic Society”, Aldous Huxley writes, “Propaganda in favor... ? Order 539742 Topic: Write a paper of ten or more pages discussing an aspect of the life Winston experienced in 1984 which has a ...
Brave New World by Huxley
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...Aldous Huxley's Brave New World--Still A Chilling Vision After All These Years. Michigan Law Review 108.6 2010: 847-857. Print... Brave New World by Huxley In the forward to the book “Brave New World” by Huxley, the theme tends to be very contradictory or challenging in a way. Actually, this page talks about the world scientific advancement of which the author tend to prove both the positive and the negative parts of this kind of action. There are those scientific advancements that are ideal and do not involve any complication to the human lives while, on the other hand, there are those that are ideal and involves a lot of risks and complication to the human life. This can be proven by some of the poin...
Media and Public Life
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...Aldous Huxley, who indicates that the repercussions of the media have a huge relationship with bootlegging of style and mannerisms among persons in the public (Kumar, 2000). This can be applied in the contemporary society today. The mobile phones have experienced a lot of transformations from the telephones, to larger phones and now internet enabled smart phones. In response, a lot of individuals have gone an extra mile to move with the trendy styles especially the young generation who want to be at par with the sassy trends. Conclusively, the society has been reduced to a generation of calls and texts; thus, an advent of a new short form language that makes it easier... ? Media and Public Life al...
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