Brave new world revisited essays

Dear Brother Nathanael–Dear LORD…I’ve been reading your articles from your website for several weeks now (from a link out of the Rense website), and I must say: “This is mind-boggling information!!”
I can’t read TOO many of your excellent postings at one time, though–my cranium would explode!! I have been wondering (wandering?) for a long time about WHO or WHAT ORGANIZATIONS are polluting our national life through the media; now, thanks to you, I know. The Jew/anti-Christ influence is the piece of the puzzle that has been missing from my analysis–after all, I didn’t want to be “anti-Semitic,” as it were…
…you are performing heroic labor…many thanks…Cordially in Christ, John Bass

The novel repeatedly explains that the reason for such advanced technology is to keep workers busy manufacturing products. Interestingly though, the citizens of the World State could enjoy significantly better devices. In a conversation towards the end of the novel, World Controller Mustapha Mond explains to John that countless plans and designs for more advanced technologies already exist. The World State could, he explains, synthetically manufacture all of its food products and use highly efficient labour-saving machines. However, more advanced technology is not developed, as the World Controllers fear that high-tech machines would result in people having too much time on their hands. This, explains Mond, is not in the World State's best interests, following a previous experiment in Ireland , which revealed that more advanced technology simply led to widespread boredom and increased use of soma . Although the citizens of Brave New World enjoy apparently very advanced gadgets, they are unaware that human technology has in fact been limited artificially.

Brave new world revisited essays

brave new world revisited essays


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