An antiutopia that begins with John leaving the reservation for the brave new world
better fits Huxley's account of how Brave New World
"started out"--"as a parody of H.
It seems that Aldous Huxley in his Brave New World
has a clearer view of the long-term threat to human freedom.
Homosexual activists, radical feminists, abortion zealots and haters of Christianity have banded together to bring down the old order and substitute their own version of the Brave New World
The brave new world
is all about transferring information inexpensively and reliably to other systems that can decide about service, replenishment, and market demand.
Many insurance companies anticipated that nimble footing would be necessary in this brave new world
, and they took steps to become more agile.
BRITISH athletes will be forced to enter a brave new world
at the Birmingham Grand Prix meeting on Sunday.
They disagree on the function and purpose of art, the criteria by which art should be evaluated, what constitutes the universal, and whether true cultural equity has a place in the yet-to-be-articulated brave new world
of American theater.
Clifford Stoll's The Cuckoo's Egg, Michelle Slatella and Joshua Quittner's Masters of Destruction, and Cyberpunk, which I co-authored with Katie Hafner, all explore the brave new world
of young men obsessed with powerful machines and computer networks.
It has, nonetheless, grand expectations - specifically, less duplicative paperwork, less cost-shifting from payer-to-payer, and less fragmented care in general (see also "Long-Term Care's Brave New World
," Nursing Homes, November/December 1996).
In this brave new world
, we surviving cybernauts are expected to work more quickly, more efficiently, and more productively than ever.
A scientific dispatch from the brave new world
of reproductive technologies contains encouraging news about family life.
Earlier Miltonists have tried to explain the Digression, with its disillusioned portrayal of the new republic, as simply stemming from a temporary fit of pique when the brave new world
promised by the execution of Charles I did not immediately materialize.