The convicted of killing the four innocent people, because they had a wrong address, was their own personal decision that turned bad for them. Even if those guys have hit the right house and killed the other gang members its still not worth of going to jail and being placed on death row for. Tiequon Cox when younger had a chance to turn his life around, he was good at sports, but his behavior eliminated him from “normal” teen life and opened him to the gang world. Classical theory explains that there is a availability for alternative choices, but as stated before, Cox had nobody to tell him better when he was growing
Brutus' tragic flaw was making bad judgments. For example, he let Antony speak at Caesar's funeral, he let Antony live and also he marched to Phillipi. Since the Romans liked Brutus, they thought that if he killed Caesar, then he had a good reason for it. However, if Brutus had not let Antony speak at the funeral, the people would not have turned against him and the other conspirators. Antony was not Caesar's best friend, like Brutus; he just wanted everybody to be against Brutus so they could follow him.
He is caught and punished for his crimes against society. 3. He feels remorse for his violence and sexually deviance (although, at the end of the film, he’s back to his old, delinquent self). The main character, Alex, is shown as a typical juvenile offender. He is shown in such a comparable manner not because all juvenile offenders are out robbing, rapping, and murdering people (although an argument could be made that today’s offenders are as bad, if not worse), but because he can do such things and feel no remorse until he is caught.
His overwhelming sense of entitlement and hypocrisy, is proven when he refers to himself as ‘royalty.’ Hannibal’s occasional nice gestures are undermined when he is consumed with his cannibalistic urges. Some may say, he is only psychotic because of his early exposure to PTSD, but this theory is proven wrong. He showed severe symptoms earlier in his life, and the trauma only exaggerated the effects. His cunning and manipulative ways are far from unintentional; he manipulates people’s truth to discover their behavior and actions, so when he kills them it is more pleasurable. Hannibal’s unquestionable parasitic lifestyle is verified when he discusses the ‘finer things in life’.
However, the interference of the government and F.Alexander’s interference with Alex’s moral choice ultimately drove him to attempt suicide to escape the evil ways they chose for reform. Moral choice can lead to violence, but without the risks, there would be nothing for humanity to choose. The government and F.Alexander’s faction control Alex’s free will to justify their own political agenda. They control his ability to choose without realizing that interfering with humanity’s ability to exercise free will is evil. Both the government and F.Alexander’s faction claim to be “the good guys” when they are the true faces of pure evil.
In the novel, the totalitarian government and the religion are closely associated such that they are both corrupted. Lilliman’s perverted character is disclosed when he says, ‘It’s not one of the usual girls. She’s a little older.’ The word, ‘usual’, proves that the bishop is a frequent offender of child abuse, and he indulges in sexual pleasure which stains the purity in religion. This implies that the government manipulates the preaching of religion by condoning the bishop’s behaviour. In the end, the bishop is punished in a form of poetic justice, where the corrupted bishop, who poisoned the faith, is in turn poisoned with cyanide.
Satan could be described in many terms, and by many people, but all can be disputed. According to my sources, Satan is displayed as the hero, while God is the evil deity, and Milton was wrong for writing Him as so. In this essay, I will show my thoughts on the subject of Satan as an evil deity, and other’s opinions on the matter. Satan is thought of as the tragic hero in Book 1 and 2 of Paradise Lost because he is shunned by God for trying to overthrow Him, and being ambitious enough to think he could be God. Satan, in my opinion, is not as much an evil individual, but more juvenile, and ignorant.
Saddam Hussein was the leader and despot of Iraq. After Hussein gained pow... ... middle of paper ... ...ddam Hussein, Joseph Stalin, and Adolf Hitler were a few of numerous real life examples of how power corrupts individuals. Napoleon is also a great example of a fictional character from a novel that is corrupted by power. Power has the ability to corrupt an individual as well as that person?s surroundings such as the society and government that is used to rule other people. Writers of fiction novels discussing corruption such as Animal Farm are attempting to send a message using the story to warn individuals of the harm and corruption caused by power using adapted real life tyrannical leaders as a basis for their fictional characters.
A moral weakness is developed once exposed to this political power that other people abide by even if they don’t believe it is morally right. This weakness may take time to develop and become evident although all power tends to corrupt in several instances, as explained by Hitler, Machiavelli, Mary I and Stalin. These individuals all share a common characteristic that gave them the desire to maintain absolute power over all dogmatic parties and endeavoured to coerce others to be subordinate to their commands. Adolf Hitler formed a Nazi Party in July of 1921 and soon came to power in 1934. His ambition was to restore the lost territory in WWI in the 1919 Treaty of Versailles.
Most of the monarchs, when faced with controlling powerful nations, became corrupt and greedy. One example would be Charles I, who came into power after his father James I died. He felt that he should control ... ... middle of paper ... ... The purpose of this essay was to prove that power does corrupt. I think I did a very good job in proving this because I used specific informative examples.