Did Orwell prove a better techno-prophet than Huxley did in Brave New World?
- Denyse O'Leary
- July 2, 2019
- Arts & Culture, Technocracy
- 1984 (book), Aldous Huxley, Brave New World (book), Dystopia, E. M. Forster, Featured, George Orwell, Longform, Machine Stops (short story)
In 1949, Huxley thought he was closer to the mark than his former student Orwell was. Later generations have tussled over the question, with revealing results. Read More ›
In a wholly materialist environment, science and other disciplines have, by preference, ceased to explore anything but their own ideas. Read More ›