Assertions In Brave New World

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The US is a Brave New World Postman’s assertions about Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World truly reflect the direction in which our society is going. People consume and they derive what they need from the products that they take. It will get increase and build until Brave New World looks to clearly point out how we are going live and who we are going to be as a society. Society has become more and more self- involved and self-centered almost to Brave New World standards. Mainly, Postman’s assertions of people coming to love their oppression and adore the technologies that undo our capacities to think, of what we love to do destroying us, and that truth would be drowned in a sea of irrelevance. The U.S. is becoming more dependant on their technologies.…show more content…
People nowadays have the same obsession with new things. For example when the new iPhone didn’t have an audio jack, people had a giant reaction to it because of their giant obsession with the new things that come out. Both our obsessed love with the things we enjoy and the the absence of love between two people would completely obliterate human beings. The difference is crucial and it is shown in Brave New World through how John reacts to how Lenina wants to do something enjoyable because she loves it instead of having a love between two people. This is shown in how John reacts to her advances calling her a “whore” and “Impudent Strumpet” (130). This is also shown in how people interact with others never really talking and only being on their phones when socializing with others. People check their phones far too often in fact, Time magazine states “On average, people in the United States across all age groups check their phones 46 times per day” meaning people who could be going out with their significant other or with their friends choose to instead talk over the phone and love their earthly object instead of other
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