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The World State of ‘Brave New World’ has left the natural world behind and relied simply on their laws and their science to keep their civilisation alive. This has worked, but at quite a cost – Yes, the people of ‘Brave New World’ are no longer exposed to all the illnesses that they may have been exposed to before, but they’ve lost their ‘humanity’...
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The people of ‘Brave New World’ have no individuality, no birth right and concern for anyone but themselves. They’ve lost their connection with nature and have in turn lost their passion and their inspiration. They have no self satisfaction gained by catching or growing their own food, no concern for the beauty of an ocean and no ability to consider the tribal traditions of those living ‘in the wild’...
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General issues of this essay:
The Natural World in The Red Pony   Brave New World: The Advancement Of Science   Brave New World: The Perfect World?   Social Institutions of the World State within Brave New World   William Wordsworth's poems and David Malouf's novel, An Imaginary Life, it is evident how different times and cultures affect the quality and importance of the relationship humanity can have with the natural world   7 Natural Wonders Of The World     Alistair MacLeod- Modern world versus Traditional World   a perfect world is non-existant in Brave New World   The Spire: How does Golding show the contrast between the world of faith and the real world in chapter 2?   Natural Law And Order: Comparing Montaigne and Sepulveda's Beliefs About The New World   Brave New World: Comparing Life In The World State With Life In The Us   The Seven Natural World Wonders   What it means to be human: Into the World there came a soul called ida   How do I see my Interaction in the Social World  
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