But it only crippled these Worlds However Technopoly destroyed these Worlds

But it only crippled these worlds however technopoly

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the traditions of the Worlds entirely. But it only crippled these Worlds. However, Technopoly destroyed these Worlds hence making them not usefully as in the Brave New World.Therefore from Postman on Technopoly is an excellent example in the way the society in the Brave World abandons their culture in the face of technology. In the Technopoly, technology andits changes are what the community is expected to live with its principles. Technopoly is ideal than a technocracy. The lower castes in the brave new world depict simple workers and thinkers of one task at a go. This individual contributes a lot to the economic system of society. They not only are made for this kind of life, but they enjoy such life and feeling satisfied with the same experience, and thus they are stable. (Congdon, B. (2011).
Brave New World7To add on illustrations of the brave new world is using the idea of education where children are conditioned to see themselves as dumb and smart and in groups according to age, thus limiting them. It is the same as Huxley’s caste system. Individuals are being conditioned to perform the same task in their castes. As students are taught only in perspective of achieving one score on tests, that is if one score low is considered unintelligent if the score is high, thus attributed to high intelligence. In education, we have low and high knowledge, although they assume the fact several individuals may be best in a particular task or worse in another hence limiting the society.(Meckier, J. (2001).In our societies today, for example, America children are given medication for them to be keen inschool, and this resembles the brave new world on the idea of Soma where individuals are assigned when they are not happy and hence restoring their happiness.Concept of postman and Robinson, the work of Huxley on the prediction of the future is so bright and very outstanding as it hits too close to it. The transition is seen to be so near in the Brave New World that is today Technocracies to Technopoly. The freedom of democracy in Huxley's growth of people in spiritual matters is scraped off. The advance in technology instead brings a lot of good than harm. That is, good intentions always bring fortune ends and not the opposite. Huxley gives a bold move on the technology that individuals need to embrace its importance and to develop themselves out of it without fear positively.
Brave New World8ReferencesAbelson, H., Ledeen, K., & Lewis, H. (2008).Blown to bits: your life, liberty, and happiness after the digital explosion. Addison-Wesley Professional.Congdon, B. (2011). “Community, Identity, and Stability": The Scientific Society and the Future of Religion in Aldous Huxley's Brave New World.ESC: English Studies in Canada,37(3), 83-105.Huxley, A. (2007).The brave new world. Ernst Klett Sprachen.Kringstad, J. (2017). From Alphas to Epsilons: A study of eugenics and social caste in Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World from a biographical perspective.Meckier, J. (2001). Prepping for Brave New World: Aldous Huxley's Essays of the 1920s.

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