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Cloning, Machines, Drugs and your Mind

Cloning, Machines, Drugs and your Mind

Huxley's view of a utopian society in his novel is rooted in the technological advancements of the time in science, medicine, and mass production and mass consumption. The choice to do this reveals his sense of humor, his displeasure with the general societal idea that life is easier and better when we're thinking (and doing) less and producing and buying more, and his fear of the dehumanization and alienation of the individual due to technological advancement.


Drill press operators at Ford's Willow Run Factory in Michigan (producing  bomber parts for the War Department in the 1940s).

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