They are trained to enjoy things that are socially beneficial: “'That is the secret of happiness and virtue – liking what you've got to do.
All conditioning aims at that: making people like their inescapable social destiny'” (Huxley 16).
Brave New World shows how escaping pain, especially in terms of relationships, can actually cause greater suffering.
By the World State essentially forcing these relationships on their citizens, they are also depriving them of vital immunity to suffering.
In a sense in this world, every one every one else as well. proudly explains the biochemical technology that makes possible the production of virtually identical human beings and, in doing so, introduces Huxley's theme of individuality under assault.
All the fetal conditioning, hypnopaedic training, and the power of convention molds each individual into an interchangeable part in the society, valuable only for the purpose of making the whole run smoothly. Bokanovsky's Process, which arrests normal human development while promoting the production of dozens of identical eggs, deliberately deprives human beings of their unique, individual natures and so makes overt processes for controlling them unnecessary.
Humanity in Brave New World For years, authors and philosophers have satirized the “perfect” society to incite change.
In Brave New World, Aldous Huxley describes a so-called utopian society in which everyone is happy.
Citizens spend their lives sleeping with as many people as they please, taking soma to dull any unpleasant thoughts that arise, and happily working in the jobs they were conditioned to want.
They are genetically altered and conditioned to be averse to socially destructive things, like nature and families.