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hypnopedia

(hĭp′nə-pē′dē-ə)
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He explains that, in the past, all babies were raised by parents instead of Conditioning Centers, until hypnopaedia was discovered which removed the need for parents and their care.
From birth the children are taught the basic principles of their society through regular lessons, hypnopaedia and even Pavlovian shock conditioning.
Hypnopaedia, or sleep-teaching, is the "greatest moralizing and socializing force of all time" (1932: 23).
Hypnopaedia as a form of disciplinary power controls the inhabitants' minds and prevents them thinking about themselves or their individuality.
The Hatchery's Director concluded that hypnopaedia was the "greatest moralizing and socializing force of all time," for it was an all-encompassing and flawless pedagogical practice that that removed all possible variables from the process of human development: "Till at last the child's mind is these suggestions," he says, "and the sum of the suggestions is the child's mind.