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As a personality hes pompous and thinks hes almighty, although he hasnt got enough intelligence and power. Hes ignored by World-Controller Mond and makes a hardly understandable mistake by telling Bernard about his trip to the reservations. The story makes him kind of human, because he left his girlfriend, Linda, there. In addition to that Linda was pregnant by him and got a son, John. Bernard exploited this weak point of his biography while he presents Linda and their common son to the publicity. The director is made ridiculous and forced to a backflow. Bernards banishment is for the first time forgotten. The director is a proof that accepting all rules of BNW is merely impossible, even for the higher representatives of the system. The pregnancy of a woman is absolutely undesirable and confuses the planning numbers of the central and could additionally lead to a discussion about artificial reproduction of human beings. Mustapha Mond: Mond is one of the ten persons, controlling the whole world in A. He has special privileges like all dictators and their satraps, he can do what he wants to do, and hes allowed to read everything, even texts, which stand under censorship. He belongs to the few people of the BNW, who dont have to follow a standardisation or control. Nevertheless even he was forced to stop his biological work, because scientifically liberty is abolished.

As she notes, it is written by artists who tell lies that tell the truth. Both the satirized future of an ultra- technical society with transhumans like Mustapha Mond in charge is a problem, 1 All inline citations will be taken from Huxley Carbonell Brave New World 45 but so is leaving the world in a primitive state.

This is the ultimate, ironic insight Thus, in many ways the novel should be read today as not just a utopian cri- of the novel. Moreover, the novel is ultimately an indictment of the manist discourse, we should remember that the problems of technoscience gone world of human frailty that so seeks improvement it will sacrifice human free- wrong represent an insane world for Huxley. However, the World State, and its dom.

Such is the cost of human freedom non-technical and primitive world of John the Savage is just as problematic as that the World State refuses to pay.

Moreover, the novel wonders at other costs, the fully organized World State see below. In the end it is the cost of the successful application of what would tique work today within the discourses of post- and transhumanism?

First, it should be noted that Brave New World is not a posthumanist novel. In this examination of how Brave New World is a transhumanist critique, the The privileged Alpha characters like Bernard Marx, Helmholtz Watson, Lenina novel should be viewed as a novel before it is looked at as a social warning. In particular, some, but not all widely panned as a novel.

Huxley dient of being human, in their conditioning toward the perfect, stable citizen. We does not really care for the story — the idea alone excites him. He says, novel , 13 — something Huxley would agree with. As Mustapha has argued, truth and beauty are suspect, as are art, science and Where Brave New World fails as a novel is in its mostly flat characterization religion in this world in which motherhood, viviparous birth, and the family and of its primary characters Bernard, Lenina, and John.

While minor transfor- even history have been superseded through technical means. Bernard Marx is the outsider, damaged, and marginalized by the other perfected Alphas. World State. Both tion of dying in a retirement home to the soma use. Moreover, Bloom notes that Brave New World is a quintessential two cul- What we should not forget in our examination of reading Brave New World tures novel see Snow , Wells and the voyages ex- notion.

Huxley, later to be refought by C. Snow and Heinlein, as well as the later New Wave writers such as J. Ballard and Ursu- F. Leavis,7 then to emerge in the more recent science wars see Parsons ; la K. Le Guin. Murray writes that themes into new current transhumanist discourse. Hux- and Fordist principles applied to human society.

However, At stake was the spiritual well-being of humanity in a world increasingly de- Bostrom recognizes that the characters in the novel are emotionally and physi- fined by the rational, instrumental pursuit of science and society. Technology, of cally altered to manipulate the potential of the individual in a rigid caste system, a notion that runs counter to the transhumanist project that would use technology 6 However, he does notice its relevance in the era of genetic engineering but oddly thinks to create individual flourishing.

Carbonell Brave New World 49 we are calling transhumanism. Antihumanism, broadly construed, comprises a ry In the Penal Colony, in which the crimes of prisoners are inscribed into their variety of alternatives to traditional Western humanism see Davies The flesh by a machine, to the entire swath of existential literature from Camus to human has a few favorite sons and daughters who have come under attack since DeLillo that describes humanity in an absurd world dominated by a soulless Modernity disenchanted the West.

These dystopian representations are where he writes that man will be erased like a face drawn in the sand at the edge not only the disenchantment of a working humanist self from itself, but of the of the sea. And this dif- in many different discourses within the humanities.

The cultural critic Theo- society through a humanized science and technology In particular it is the dehumanizing process of emerge and that these need to be afforded rights. They conditioning of human beings via the mechanisms of a scientifically organized are genetically developed to be superior individuals in intelligence and health, society.

In fact, the very bottom caste, the Epsilons, are nothing more than brutes antihumanism. In particular, the transhumanist elements in Crisis, as Adorno would have us see, Brave New World is not alone. He had affairs with more than four hundred girls in four years, likes playing golf and flying helicopters.

Huxley, Aldous - Brave New World - A perfect society?

He really supports the society with his behaviour , but he is really unhappy with this situation. He wants to be as Bernard too an individual person and not only a member of a big group. Being threatened by the director of the Hatchery to be sent to Iceland, Bernard tries to take revenge. He wants to ridicule the Director of the Hatchery in showig all the members of society that he has an illegal son who lives in the reservation.

One day Bernard goes to the savage reservation and takes John and Feline back to civilization. John dislikes the civilization. He loses his mother because of this society, Feline consumes soma all day, because of her past and unhappiness and she dies because of that. Gradually he gets to know that this was impossible, all the members of society wanted to see the savage and how he lives.

They regard him as a savage animal in the zoo.

'Everybody is happy now'

As you can see in the chapter above there are persons in the society who are not satisfied with the structure of the Brave New World. They cannot do this, because of the use of different means to control and influence the individuals. Only being part of groups or castes hinders these people from developing their own identity. Offending the rules leads to punishment, which can even result in the elimination of these people.

Intellectual behaviour is a dangerous thing in the society, but Alphas and Betas - the only human beings who have the copacity to reflect on their behaviour - are needed to run and organize the system. But even these groups are not allowed to modify the system.

They can only do things which stabalize the structure of this future society. So for them life always seems to be positive; they never get to know negative aspects of life.

You only can be happy when there are also bad sides in life - which enable you to learn and experience your own identity e. You need bad sides in life to appreciate the good sides. To control and manipulate the intellect of an individiual person by the reduction of oxygen to keep the intellect at a low level, is abject in ethical view. You can say it is mutilation of the unborn child. That cannot be the basis for a society. The children grow up without parents, without love and the security of a parental home; they are conditioned by electric shocks and alarm bells.

That cannot be the way to show a child what is wrong and what is right. They are socialized with the help of fear and pain, so that they never can develop a strong and unique identity and character. In the Brave New World you cannot choose the job you want to do, your whole life is determined by the people who work in the World Center.

Nobody gets the chance to live a life he wants to live. Everything is predetermined. The Epsilons just live for the society they are so underpriviliged that they always do what others say and so they can be regarded as the biggest victims of society.

Brave New World by Aldous Huxley : chapter one

But they do not really know they are victims, as their intellectual level is hardly developed. That cannot be a perfect society where nobody can live out his feelings and his thoughts. Without any friends and persons you love, everybody is alone and has to fit in this society, has to work and lives for consuming expensive things to support the economy. Bernard and Helmholtz Watson do not want to consume Soma that is one reason why they are different from the other members of society. Bernard really could live better with consuming Soma.

Because of his outward appereance which does not fit to the other Alphas he is ridiculed by the members of his caste. So he seems to see the problems and the defects of society.

It seems to be as if the members of society always live in a bottle which they never can leave. Their minds are limited to the main facts, the main pillars of society: Nobody speaks about individuality and feeling these points because if doing so they would leave this bottle and they would find out that they are not free. But even Bernard and Helmholtz Watson never really get free, because of the big system.

The Gammas, Deltas and Epsilons would never understand the meaning of feelings and individuality. To sum up one can say that the members of this future society are reduced to mere puppets. This happiness is superficial, static and inhuman. Living in such a world is senseless, and there is no goal to aim at.

Huxley, A. Pre-University Paper, 13 Pages, Grade: C Christiane Author. Add to cart. Introduction 1. Ethic points List of literature Appendix 1. Pavlov 2.

Pavlovian dog Introduction Brave New World published in has become one of the most famous pieces of science fiction literature. The structure of the Brave New World To be able to evaluate the society of the Brave New World it is necessary to sum up the main elements of this future society. So the following hierarchcal pattern is developed: Alphas and Betas: Gammas, Deltas and Epsilons: On this basis they conditon the children in the Brave New World.

These tendancies can be seen in the following quotation: The effect of this method can be proved with the following quotation: Millions of identical twins. The principle of mass production at last applied to biology. From the same ovary and with gametes of the same male to manufacture as many batches of identical twins as possible—that was the best sadly a second best that they could do.

And even that was difficult. But our business is to stabilize the population at this moment, here and now. Dribbling out twins over a quarter of a century—what would be the use of that?

But Podsnap's Technique had immensely accelerated the process of ripening. They could make sure of at least a hundred and fifty mature eggs within two years. Fertilize and bokanovskify—in other words, multiply by seventy-two—and you get an average of nearly eleven thousand brothers and sisters in a hundred and fifty batches of identical twins, all within two years of the same age.

Foster," he called. The ruddy young man approached. Foster replied without hesitation. He spoke very quickly, had a vivacious blue eye, and took an evident pleasure in quoting figures.

But of course they've done much better," he rattled on, "in some of the tropical Centres. Singapore has often produced over sixteen thousand five hundred; and Mombasa has actually touched the seventeen thousand mark. But then they have unfair advantages. You should see the way a negro ovary responds to pituitary! It's quite astonishing, when you're used to working with European material.

Still," he added, with a laugh but the light of combat was in his eyes and the lift of his chin was challenging , "still, we mean to beat them if we can. I'm working on a wonderful Delta-Minus ovary at this moment.

Only just eighteen months old. Over twelve thousand seven hundred children already, either decanted or in embryo. And still going strong. We'll beat them yet.

Foster on the shoulder. Foster smiled modestly. In the Bottling Room all was harmonious bustle and ordered activity. Flaps of fresh sow's peritoneum ready cut to the proper size came shooting up in little lifts from the Organ Store in the sub-basement.

Whizz and then, click! Next to the Liners stood the Matriculators. The procession advanced; one by one the eggs were transferred from their test-tubes to the larger containers; deftly the peritoneal lining was slit, the morula dropped into place, the saline solution poured in … and already the bottle had passed, and it was the turn of the labellers. Heredity, date of fertilization, membership of Bokanovsky Group—details were transferred from test-tube to bottle.

No longer anonymous, but named, identified, the procession marched slowly on; on through an opening in the wall, slowly on into the Social Predestination Room. Foster with relish, as they entered.

Foster led the way down a staircase into the basement. The temperature was still tropical. They descended into a thickening twilight. Two doors and a passage with a double turn insured the cellar against any possible infiltration of the day.

Foster waggishly, as he pushed open the second door. The bulging flanks of row on receding row and tier above tier of bottles glinted with innumerable rubies, and among the rubies moved the dim red spectres of men and women with purple eyes and all the symptoms of lupus.

The hum and rattle of machinery faintly stirred the air. Foster," said the Director, who was tired of talking. Foster was only too happy to give them a few figures. Two hundred and twenty metres long, two hundred wide, ten high.

He pointed upwards. Like chickens drinking, the students lifted their eyes towards the distant ceiling. Three tiers of racks: ground floor level, first gallery, second gallery. The spidery steel-work of gallery above gallery faded away in all directions into the dark. Near them three red ghosts were busily unloading demijohns from a moving staircase.

The escalator from the Social Predestination Room. Each bottle could be placed on one of fifteen racks, each rack, though you couldn't see it, was a conveyor traveling at the rate of thirty-three and a third centimetres an hour. Two hundred and sixty-seven days at eight metres a day. Two thousand one hundred and thirty-six metres in all.

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One circuit of the cellar at ground level, one on the first gallery, half on the second, and on the two hundred and sixty-seventh morning, daylight in the Decanting Room. Independent existence—so called.

Foster concluded, "we've managed to do a lot to them. Oh, a very great deal. You tell them everything, Mr. Foster duly told them. Told them of the growing embryo on its bed of peritoneum.

Made them taste the rich blood surrogate on which it fed.

Explained why it had to be stimulated with placentin and thyroxin.

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