What does Huxley suggest is "the final end of man?" Aristotle claims that the end of man is happiness. Would Huxley agree or disagree? How do you think Huxley would define hapiness, and how would you? Is there a difference between happiness and pleasure?
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This is a bit much for this small forum space. I can answer your first one but you need to submit each of your other questions separately.
The utilitarian nature of the Ford state can justify whatever it likes. Slavery and genetic engineering of people can be condoned just as easily as compassion and universal peace. Huxley's "final end of man" is dictated by the relativism of the primal senses: if it feels, than it is good.