Aldous Huxley was a novelist and essayist who was born into a family of immense intellectual achievement. This chapter first discusses Huxley's aesthetic approach to social affairs and his alignment with Oscar Wilde's anarchism. It then explores the intellectual background of his book, Brave New World. Finally, the chapter examines his advocacy of left libertarianism and his declaration for pacifism.
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