- reviews elements of Aldous Huxley's personal life that were influential in 'Brave New World'.
- defines dystopia.
- provides a clip of a Huxley interview discussing the importance of individual freedom.
- defines and analyses modernism.
- looks at Henry Ford and consumerism in relationship to BNW.
- considers Jeremy Bentham and Utilitarianism in relationship to BNW.
- reviews Ivan Pavlov and classical conditions in relationship to BNW
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