In “A Tale of Two Dystopias,” Francis Fukuyama claims that the people in Brave New World“have ceased to be human beings” because they “no longer have the characteristics that give us human dignity” (Fukuyama 6). Is he right about this? What “characteristics” is he talking about, and how is the loss of those characteristics related to the ubiquitous use of technology in their society? One way to go about answering this question would be to choose one specific piece of technology in their society and show how it affects one specific “human” characteristic. To do this, provide a specific example from the text. Finally, evaluate whether the loss of the characteristic you chose is “worth it” in terms of: do the benefits to the society outweigh the harms to the individual? Explain why.
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