The QuestionHow important is freedom of choice? When should one give it up?
Freedom of Choice- the apparent ability to make choices without any kind of constrain Give up
World State Part 1 “ “I’m glad I’m not an Epsilon,”said Lenina, with conviction. “And if you were an Epsilon,” said Henry, “your conditioning would have made you no less thankful that you weren’t a Beta or an Alpha.”” (Huxley 74).
World State Part 2“Science is dangerous; we have to keep it most carefully chained and muzzled” (Huxley 225).
Contemporary Society Part 1The secret of happiness is freedom -Thucydides
Contemporary Society Part 2 While we are free to choose our own actions, we are not free to choose the consequences of our actions -Stephen R. Covey
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