The world that we currently occupy is very different from that which was presented in either book, which is a notable difference. Literature focusing on different societies became widely popular, and many people currently question the validity of the writing. The way that status and consumerism are connected is disastrous. Many works of literature have been written describing a utopian society and the steps needed to achieve it. The differences are striking too. Thus, in order to fulfill the essential need to connect to humanity, we need to be accepted, and to be accepted, we conform to what society wants. However, many would say that the one thing they struggle with the most is how to find ways to stretch their paycheck enough to cover the bills and put food on the table.
There are 5 categories that go in descending order: Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta, or Epsilon. Although set in Orwell's future, 1984 does not put great emphasis on technological advance—indeed, within the society of Oceania, there. These different classes all have specific roles within society and nobody is unhappy with their place. However, they can't build the bonds that, for people in modern society, are the most rewarding aspects of life. Moving through two contradicting societies, John is unable to adapt to the major differences of the civilized society due to the different ways upon how it is conducted. Therefore, a way to continue the production of technological findings is by bringing up humans from day one to accept their unhappiness as normal. Such a shift from moral absolutes to a changeable consensus brings devastating consequences.
Questions like those are addressed throughout the book. The novelist can foresee the future and write according to this vision. What thing for sure that both novels shared were technologically advanced worlds completely with humans under subjection to these technology. Helmholtz is in the minority. Whether they view them as good, bad or both there will never be an easy answer. It is also evident that it produces a false sense of happiness because she can continue to live in the Savage Reservation without a mental breakdown even though she was raised in a society that looked down on savages.
No true happiness or emotion is ever evoked. Between our present world and the world depicted in Brave New World there are more differences than similarities. Peers and authority figures constantly keep the citizens in line and following the structure of society. Even when looking at Huxley's A Brave New World, analyzing religion still helps us understand the actions of the societies and characters within the book. He saw how people were more open with themselves, sexually and not, and how consumerism had such a big part to play in America.
Sure, people don't have to worry about a bad day, a fight with a parent, or something tragic like the death of a loved one. But in a society as rich and complex as ours and growing ever more complex by the moment , we must expect to be confronted with complicated problems, and demand of ourselves complicated solutions. In its stead, critics adopted a more liberal point of view, and deferred to individuals on consumer issues. The Society stays stable, because everybody is happy. Great job on the blog.
Elements of the New Left, influenced by the Frankfurt School, as well as by John Kenneth Galbraith and others, put forward a scathing indictment. It is the situation that costs a piece of an unhealthy environment for human beings, is the theme of the novel. Everyone else is content on the prescribed diet of sex, drugs, and cheap thrills, and by doing so, they cheapen the whole of human existence. They kill, they torment, they do harm to everyone involved. In this novel people are modified to fit a certain role in their organized society and have certain moral and ethical beliefs that will be beneficial to the people in charge of their country and those around them. The definition of this utopia is in constant flux due to changing times and cultural values. I'm not saying it's always a bad thing, but that's what I think is happening.
X-ray machines allow doctors to see inside of our bodies to prevent any further damage. It is such status quo in their lives. These are all things people do to try to change their children. Forward they walked towards opportunities untold. In Brave New World, Adlous Huxley evnsions the future of our society and the dangeroud direction it is headed in.
Between age, amount, and openness however the aspect that we have on it compared to Huxley is completely different. We have the way of creating things in a test tube to a certain point, not all the way through from beginning to end. John begins to throw the soma out if the window, causing hysteria among the workers. Human nature calls for uniqueness, according to evolution. It is unbelievable how fast and in which dimension we and the society within our technology has developed. The more goods produced and consumed by society the higher the growth rate of the economy.
Although the way in which we do achieve pleasure and happiness is different between our modern day society and the novel, we are becoming nearer to the state of civilization depicted in Brave New World. The people of Brave New World use this drug for everything. This represents her unconscious desire for soma because is willing to cause harm to her body to get the same results as taking soma. The people were born and developed in the test tubes, so their human nature became adapted so an individual cannot identify or approach it. However, it also blinded purity and truth among its people. Who needs a ball and net? It is freeing when Winston and Julia manage to have sex on their own terms. These are ideas that have been explored before, but as society shifts, the importance and relevance of these key themes shift alongside it.