In Praise of Demolition Man’s Wackadoo Libertarianism

I’m a lover of dystopias, but I’ve always found Brave New World irksome. Since its 1932 publication, Aldous Huxley’s titanic philosophical novel has been part of the fallen-world canon, inspiring countless English-class essays from adolescents and hair-pulling jeremiads from social commentators. It envisions a world where science and society have ... More »

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