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It hurt Othello in the end... ... middle of paper ... ...they are all the time. Some people will tell people a lot of things that may sound right but is not right and cloud their judgment and make a mockery out of them. You will never know what a person’s agenda is because everyone’s intentions are not always positive of good. Some people were born to be a trouble maker and bring pain, misery and hell to people’s lives. That’s why they say never believe everything you hear.
Acts of violence are choices that individuals make. Unfortunately, it is the people who are harmed by violent acts that often receive negative responses from society. Victim blaming is a depreciative act that occurs when the victims of a crime are held responsible for the crimes that have been committed against them. Although a common and widespread occurrence, the act of victim blaming generally goes unnoticed by the public due to scarcity of information. To begin with, there are a number of reasons why people opt to incriminate victims for the crimes that have happened to them.
In his essay, Mill explores the two dimensions to liberty; individual and social. Carefully he analyzes the variance between the individual and social sphere through freedom of expression, more specifically, freedom of speech. Throughout the novel, he expresses that freedom of expression is one of the greatest social utilities, not only a valuable asset to the individual but also to society. Thus, this essay will prove that freedom of expression is a privilege, when violated, has serious repercussions on the offended. To healthily exercise liberty, one must responsibly censor degrading comments and actions that could infringe upon the rights of another individual.
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