The brave new world
has taken an equivalent time to reach perfection.
So Weigel concludes, the brave new world
tells us that we ought to settle for a middling happiness in a world free of trouble.
Meanwhile, those of us who remain in this brave new world
are walking as carefully - albeit as quickly, efficiently, and productively - as we dare on this new, computer-assisted editing tightrope.
BRAVE Geoffrey Bacon, with wife Edith, fought for a brave new world
In the chapter on Education, Brave New World
gets one paragraph of ten lines, seven lines of which are a quotation from Huxley about the myopia of professors.
While the article "Database Nation" will predictably raise worries about Big Brother and George Orwell's 1984, perhaps a better point of reference is Aldous Huxley's Brave New World
Anyway, this is the brave new world
we're living in.
In rapid-fire succession, the collapse of NASDAQ, the 2001 recession, the evaporation of hundreds of billions of dollars' worth of corporate earnings, and the spectacular swing to deficit from surplus for federal and state governments laid waste to this brave new world
As humanity ushers in the brave new world
of genetic engineering, these thoughts acquire an altogether new twist.
And like Brezhnev-era Soviet commissars, Scarr eagerly denounces opposition to the Brave New World
she envisions as a form of illness.