The Savage and Mond continue their discussion alone, with the topic turning to religion. Using a Bible and several books of religious commentaries, Mond comments that even though God doesn’t change, man does. He points out that since this New Utopian World has youth and scientific prosperity, it doesn’t need God. He isn’t compatible with machinery, science, and happiness. The Savage then raises the question of unending happiness as a way of degrading man. Mond answers that degradation depends on the standards society sets, and that self-indulgence is...
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