Many people have this one thing they ALWAYS do, and Tupac’s was wear a bullet-proof vest. It is so ironic how the night he didn't wear one he ended up getting shot. Tupac was cremated the day after he died. Now who gets cremated the day after they die, no autopsy no nothing. They can’t did him up like they wanted to do with Elvis Presley or former President Abraham Lincoln.
It doesn’t really matter what they did to them. It is not moral to return the same behavior. He follows with the relationship of a person to the city. He says, “One must obey the commands of one’s city and country, or persuade it as to the nature of justice. It is impious to bring violence to bear against your mother or father, it is much more so to use it against your country.” (Crito 51c) One should not only obey their father and mother... ... middle of paper ... ...iritual things?”(Apology 24c).
Having the right to bear arms is very important. Why? Because if you think about it, back when this country was founded the men needed a way to defend them selves and also their private property. With everything that is accruing in our country the past several years really have millions of people with the right to bears arms on edge. Why, because the sportsman’s, and collectors are worried that the government is going to try to confiscate there weapons.
At the same time however, people will have to go through changes; we were born to die. Bodies are and so do minds, but do minds get wiser or just older? I think with age comes wisdom and experience, which is probably why our grandparents and parents know so much more than us teenagers do. With passing though comes a new trend. For instance, a year ago in November the iPhone 5 came out and everyone quickly bought one because they were immediately popular.
Three years later his mother died of cancer. There was a song written in memory of her memory titled "The God that Failed." Then he moved to L.A. where he met the band. Lars knew Kirk but he already had enough guitars in the band. Eventually Dave Mustain was kicked out of the band because he disagreed with everyone.
His first describes how populated the Earth has become. His second proposition states that the modern man is against war and knows that war has become so extreme that it can even lead to the destruction of man altogether. His third statement says that people are now able to produce all the necessities for their families. The fourth statement calls America to action as a leader. Luce says, “Fourth: the world of the twentieth century, if it is to come to life in any nobility of health and vigor, must be to a significant degree an American Century.” Luce says tyrannies require large amounts of space to work, but for freedom to work it must be a worldwide movement.
What is graduation? Some people would say that it's proof of the freedom we will soon experience. Some say that it's the end of the best years of our lives. Some would say that it's when we're forced to grow up and become adults. Some would say that it's just another day, no different than any other day, other than the scrolls, the funny outfits and the clapping.
Are we morally obliged to obey even unjust laws? This question raises the discussion of what we call civil disobedience. Elliot Zashin, author of Civil Disobedience and Democracy, defines civil disobedience as, “a knowing violation of public norm (considered binding by local authorities but which may ultimately be invalidated by the courts) as a form of protest: it is non-revolutionary, public, and nonviolent (i.e. there is no use of physical violence except self-defensively when participants are physically attacked, and no resistance to arrest if made properly and without undue force).” (Zashin, 118) One point that Carl Cohen, associate professor of philosophy at University of Michigan, thinks is essential to the definition is that the, “mere knowledge of the unlawfulness does not make it civil disobedience…the civil disobedient must do more than knowingly break the law. Absolutely essential is the further element of protest.” (Cohen, 11) In other words, civil disobedience is knowingly breaking a law to protest the law.
Some of the dying metaphors used in the CNN article “Little time left to turn down the world’s heat, U.N. says” are, “lock ourselves into” and “paint a very different world” (Smith, Miller, 2). The metaphors that are used make no sense in relation the article. The phrase “... ... middle of paper ... ...hat Orwell foretold in 1984, that removing meaning from words would make people into more thoughtless machine than an actual person. Despite the warnings of Orwell through both his essay and dystopian novel, bad English is still used today, and could be argued to affect more English than it did during Orwell’s life. The consequences are also just as he predicted, those who control the language are able to wield control over the thoughts of others.