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  • Society With The Same Birth
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    Brave New World As man has progressed over time there has been one thing strive d for more than anything else. That has been to arrive at a utopian society, where everyone is happy, disease is nonexistent, and conflict, anger, or sadness are unheard of. In a utopian society only happiness exists. While reading Aldous Huxley's Brave New World, I came to realize that this is not what humans really want. In fact, utopian societies are much worse of than the societies of today. In his utopian societ...
  • Quote By Ayn Rand
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    Anthem Essay As one reads Ayn Rand's significant quotes from the story of anthem, there is always a main theme that is trying to escape, just as Prometheus escaped in her story. All three of the listed quotes work as a trio to sing that We; as society, works to defeat individuality. The quotes emphasize that we cannot survive without individualism and being alone brings out our unique personalities. It is true that all the quotes work as one, but at the same time they have their own individualis...
  • Contented Individuals On The Other Hand
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    The secret to happiness Not everyone believes that the person who dies with the most toys win; there are those that believe that happiness is a state of mind. In the present social order where success has become synonymous with contentment, the definition of happiness has been redefined. Although wealth can make an individual feel fulfilled, some still believe that material possessions do not equate to happiness. Overachievers have the constant desire to possess everything. Their very existence ...
  • Appeals To The Reader's Need For Individuality
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    "Brave New World", written by Aldous Huxley, is a literary work that is able to portray a society built on happiness but did not have individuality. The reason behind this is that it is a novel with which the reader can identify. Every individual values his own being, so the lack of individuality in the novel makes the reader fear this society. This society is one built upon values that could not be accepted in this day and age. Imagine a society where the needs of an individual are not catered ...
  • Ethics Of Genetic Engineering Richard Williams
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    Ethics of Genetic Engineering Richard Williams proposed that the issue of human freedom be re-conceptualized. Rejecting the traditional view of self-direction as the possibility of choosing among alternatives, Williams suggested that we ground our understanding of individual freedom in morality. In this view, human freedom is enhanced as one "lives truthfully". Truthful living runs counter to self-deception and thereby opens the way for greater freedom, which is fundamentally concerned with bein...
  • Happiness For Freud
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    Since the earliest civilizations such as The Indus Valley Civilization or the Ancient Greeks, humans created wonderful cities, cultures and made huge steps in science, technology, and thought. One of the oldest, if not the oldest civilization, is the Hindu civilization that offered its account of life, society, individuals and what it is that we humans search for in our lives through the sacred Vedic texts. Another great civilization is the Ancient Greek civilization, which produced a huge amoun...
  • Very Happy Individual
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    Everyone is different when it comes to the way they choose to live their lives. Sometimes people out there who live a happy life don't realize how bad someone else may have it. While one person out there is living an outstanding and very happy life, there is also someone out there who is living through a very tough time in their life. In other words, there are positive people out there whom usually are the happy ones, and then there are the negative people which are usually the unhappy ones. Thi...
  • People Of Huxley's Brave New World
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    Man has long struggled for the perfect happiness. Some have tried to find their paradise through drugs, sexual promiscuity, and worldly possessions. In his novel, Brave New World, Aldous Huxley creates a paradise on earth through scientific technology. In this world, everyone is happy, employed, and satisfied with his or her place in life. This Utopia, however, is achieved at the cost of humanity, which is defined by individuality, love, and free choice. Individuality becomes taboo. In order to ...
  • Happy In My Opinion
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    Conformity vs. Individuality Conformity Conformity vs. Individuality Essay, Research Paper Conformity vs. Individuality "People don't talk about anything and nobody says anything different from anyone else' This quote, from Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, demonstrates how this fictional society had no individuality, yet they expressed no disprove ment of the conformity. To be so simple minded as this civilization was would have eventually lead to self-destruction. To support my theory, recall in...

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