Aldous Huxley (1894-1963) English novelist, essayist and critic, predicted the emergence of a super human race of individuals personifying goodness. He envisaged a process of selective breeding that will bring forth the superhuman race in time to come.
In his masterpiece "Brave New World" Huxley hints that by about the middle of the 21st century a newly married couple will go shopping before they go into the bedroom. They will buy the frozen sperm of a genius of their choice for the artificial insemination of the female. Selective breeding was first advocated by Plato in his ‘Republic’.
If the selective breeding can be established it may be
possible to select future politicians and leaders for the benefit of the
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