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  • Huxley's Society
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    One may think that the society in Aldous Huxley's Brave New World is a gross representation of the future, but perhaps our society isn't that much different. In his foreword to the novel Brave New World, Aldous Huxley envisioned this statement when he wrote: 'To make them love it is the task assigned, in present-day totalitarian states, to ministries of propaganda... ' Thus, through hypnopaedic teaching (brainwashing), mandatory attendance to community gatherings, and the use of drugs to control...
  • Time To Wake Upas Society
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    Time to Wake UpAs society becomes more Mcdonald ized or methodical in order people lose meaning to live and people's quality of life is diminished. There is no wonder why suicide levels are the third leading cause of death for youths (ages 15-24) because when you take away creativity you taking away meaning. Although this order has brought efficiency it has caused humanity to lose focus of what separates us from all other animals. Humans are not met to be robotic, there is a reason why we have f...
  • Calendar In The Brave New World Society
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    The books Brave New World, by Aldous Huxley, and 1984, by George Orwell, are alike because they have comparable organizations. By using brainwashing techniques, censorship, and the obliteration of history, the leaders in Brave New World and 1984 control the thoughts and recollections of the people in their societies. Without using these techniques, the societies being controlled could not exist, because the people would not be disciplined like they needed to be. The citizens in these societies a...
  • Unequal Distribution Of Rewards
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    Micro Theme Assignment #1, Position #2 Our present society is composed of a ranking structure based on the premise that unequal distribution of rewards such as status, resources, and power is natural, right and good; and for this type of structure to stand, there must be many on the bottom, and a few at the top. Persons in the structure must either resign themselves to their status, compete to win a higher position, and / or defend the position they have. In order for some to move up this struct...
  • Comparable To The Society Of Oceania
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    1984, George Orwell Totalitarianism is a word that has many definitions that are true to their own time and their own society. One of the most common definitions used world wide is very complex, but very understandable when you are done reading the book 1984 by George Orwell. Totalitarianism is a system of government and ideology in which all social, political, economic, intellectual, cultural and spiritual activities are subordinated to the purpose of the rules of the rulers of a state. Several...
  • Brave New World By Arduous Huxley
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    In Brave New World, by Arduous Huxley, a new and controversial society is presented to its audience. A world of artificial intelligence where humans are cultivated in test tubes and social class is predetermined by the chemical mix they receive in vito leads John Savage into corruption. He is torn between a world in which people's fates were placed upon themselves and a world in which Alphas and Betas ruled a society with n identity. Thomas Mav in gives thorough insight into the classification o...
  • Today's Information Society People
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    Schools Should Prepare Children For Life in Society In today's information society people often think that characters from TV-shows or talks how guests reflect our society. Although that opinion is rather based on the disability of people to use information than on any logical thoughts, there is something every talks how reminds us of: people are not perfect. So, I say, society can not be perfect either. I believe that society works by that society doesn't work. People are too different to put t...
  • Benefits Of Gender Pre Selection People
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    However, there still exist concerns associated with sex pre-determination. Among them are possible sex ratio imbalances in the future, psychological harm to sex-selected offspring (i. e., by placing on them too high expectations), increased marital conflict over sex selective decisions, and reinforcement of gender bias in society as a whole. (British Medical Association, 1998) What will happen if somewhere one day due to variety of reasons (ex: high rape rate) people will decide to have only boy...
  • Equal Member Of Society Changes Over Time
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    Since the beginning of civilization, mankind has always been somewhat concerned with the idea of equality. Although the definition of who is an equal member of society changes over time, most societies enjoy proclaiming themselves as societies that have equality for all. You can trace the evolution of equality in the United States by examining the legislation that governs our society. In the beginning there was the Declaration of Independence, "We the people believe that all men are created equa...
  • Following Society In Heart Of Darkness
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    Is Social Confirmation Unhealthy For Society (Using Conrad's Heart Of Darkness, And The Holocaust As Examples) Is Conforming Necessary for Establishing a Successful Society It is not difficult to observe the conformation of society. Every day advertisements jump out at us, promising the value of their product by subtly telling us "everyone else has it, you should too". For example, look at the cars many people are driving. Although gas prices are very high, more sport utility vehicles are being ...
  • Socrates And Thoreau's Philosophies
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    The main difference between Socrates and Thoreau was the their views on the relationship between people and government. Socrates believed that the people are work for the government. They are supposed to obey the orders of the government and serve the government to the best of their abilities. On the contrary, Thoreau believed that the people shouldn t do everything the government says. He thought that the government did only bad things such as slavery and wars, and that people didn t need gover...
  • Presence Of Unokai In Yanomami Society
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    In 23 years of field work, Napoleon Chagnon has observed and recorded the histories of 60 Yanomami villages. In recent years, his writings have contributed to the label of the Yanomami as a "fierce" people. He has created an image of these people which is not only questionable from an anthropological perspective, but also an image that has brought detriment to their society as a whole. By analyzing Chagnon's interpretations of the Yanomami lifestyle, one sees that his ideas are highly influenced...
  • October 1927 Peng Mobilisers A Peasant Army
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    When the KMT turns against the Communists and the United Front breaks down, the government is overthrown and many including Mao Zedong are forced underground. As secretary of the Front Committee of the CCP; Mao establishes his revolutionary base in the Jiangxi Mountains and during that Jiangxi period many decisions regarding future Communist directions and strategy were made and ordered. For the Chinese Communists the Hailufeng experience was important because in its heyday it had attracted over...
  • Faster And Society
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    I am a sheep - but aren't we all In today society most people are dressing up in sheep's costumes and becoming part of the herd aimlessly following one another around not daring to walk in the other direction. Our "baa's" are all the same and our wool is either in cornrows or Mohawks (no thanks to David Beckham and his ingenious hair stylist or was it his marketing manager?) In today's society most people all move to the same rum beat and I can honestly say I am one of those people (or sheep) We...
  • Being Success Of People
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    I completely refute with the issue topic "if a society is to thrive, it must put its own overall success before the well-being of its individual citizens", because first and foremost one needs to understand vot a society really means. A Society is a group of people sharing a common region, having individual identity, sharing a common goal or thought. A society by itself is nothing. it is the people / citizens collectively contributes to the existence of a society. hence the success of a society ...
  • Hospers Libertarian Society
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    Today in our country we share many components of freedom, liberty, equality, as well as conceptions of justice. This democratic way of life has brought many people feelings of pride, self worth, and prosperity. Although, according to libertarian John Hospers our democratic government, as well as many other governments across the world are unjust and are violating some of our most basic rights of freedom. Socialist, Kai Neilson on the other hand feels as though all societies including are own lim...
  • Understanding Of The Characters Of Heroes
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    In the discussion which way is the best to get to understand the character of a society, many opinions have emerged. One of them is that to understand the characters of the he ores or heroines the society has choosen as the elites is the best method. In my opinion, to judge the true inner characters of a certain society, the comprehensive consideration of all aspects is required. That is, heroes can not be taken as the criterion to judge the attribution of a society in that the characters of her...
  • Danger To Society
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    In the year 2081, America is a completely different place. Amendments were made to the Constitution of the United States that made it illegal to be different. Because of this Constitutional change, the idea that no one would have an advantage over someone else because of beauty, strength, intelligence, grace or anything else had become a reality. 1? Nobody was smarter than anybody else. Nobody was stronger or quicker than anybody else.? Making outstanding people average would be a problem today....
  • Perfect Society
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    An Ideal Society There is no real way to describe an ideal society many authors have tried to write what they believe it might be like, but by the end of every story the perfect society all most always fails. The only real way we could have a perfect society is if the people who made up the society were perfect. Now if everyone was perfect we would eliminate diversity and by eliminating diversity we take away one of the main keys that makes a society work. We would be unable to assign a leader b...
  • Lack Of Bread In The Kalahari Desert
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    Anthropology Overview "The primitive Anthropology Overview Essay, Research Paper "The primitive world was able to achieve a harmony, unstable at times, between the needs of the individual and the requirements of community. The problem of order, responsibility and integrity were solved with the problem of bread. ' -Thomas Belmonte The Broken Fountain, Belmonte's book on urban Naples is a prime example of a society struggling to defeat the problem of "bread'. "Bread' being used here as a metaphor ...

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