Huxley: "Brave New World"
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From the Paper:"Brave New World by Aldous Huxley has its spiritual side, which for the society envisioned by Huxley may be various means undertaken to thwart spirituality or at least to rechannel it. The attempt is to move from what might be called "natural" spirituality into a different avenue more acceptable to this particular society. The writings of the Buddha represent a method of giving direction to spirituality as well. However, the difference is that the Buddha seeks to evoke a spiritual response from others so that they seek a truth within themselves, while the society in Brave New World wants to shape the response and create a truth in keeping with some idea of social harmony.
Buddhism takes on a slightly different patina in different countries of the world where it is practiced, meshing its religious culture with the social culture of the given region. Buddhism.."
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