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Brave New World

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"What is an individual?"

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"Murder kills only the individual--and, after all, what is an individual?"...he indicated the rows of microscopes, the test-tubes…"We can make a new one with the greatest ease…"

What is an obvious implication of the above quote? Choose all that apply.

A

It is all right to commit murder because people's lives are not important.

B

Each individual is considered to be expendable; therefore, death is not a concern.

C

Lives should be valued although they can be replaced with ease.

D

Creating lives is a task that should not be taken lightly; the process is very time-consuming and meticulous.

E

Eliminating lives is actually beneficial because it allows the opportunity to bring in fresh and new individuals who have not been contaminated by outside beliefs.