One of the most global crimes that all people do is increasing the ozone hole as a result of the huge amounts of toxic gazes evolving from cars and factories. Second, the coming disaster that humanity would face which is human cloning that is considered a monster trying to destroy the human species. Some great countries are trying to put an end to the first problem, but the second is still getting wider and wider without a considerable action done by the governments of those civilized countries. So, we need great punishments to put an end to those global crimes that would destroy the universe. Generally, crimes are considered the biggest problems in our daily life.
In To Kill a Mockingbird, Atticus Finch says, “You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view…until you climb into his skin and walk around in it” (39). People often fail to examine a situation from someone else view because their opinions are biased. In To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee shows readers how prejudice causes people to believe in rumors, judge others by their race, and deem the beliefs of others unacceptable. One form of prejudice is rumors, it can cause harm to that individual who is being targeted. Rumors can easily hide the truth about that person’s personality because they are basically lies, opinions, and incorrect observations about the individual.
The claim by Albert Einstein is accurate because people should stand up for what they believe, they should know when they are right and their government is wrong, and they should trust in themselves and their own beliefs. People in this world must stand up for what they believe because many people will take advantage of their power and infringe their rights. When Einstein said what he said about civil disobedience that you should trust a person?s conscious and not his government he was telling people to make a stand. A prime example of standing up for what you believe in and not bowing to a law or demand that a person doesn?t think is right would be Sophocles Antigone she didn?t stop trying to bury her brother because she believed it was the right thing and she stood up for herself ?I shall rest, a loved one with him whom I have loved, sinless in my crime, for I owe a longer allegiance to the dead than to the living: ... ... middle of paper ... ...cience??
Altman appeals to his own morals in which giving individuals the equality that is due to them and the right to not be treated as a lesser member of society are of ultimate importance. Albeit good morals, I am more inclined to appeal to my own; to fight for yourself, to find strength in discouraging situations, and to reduce the evil of ignorance by rising above and against it. When people can learn to accept that hate is never going to disappear so long as everyone is different then maybe they might stop taking ignorant speech personally. Until then, regulation of hate speech should not be permitted to occur.
At a skim through William Golding’s Lord of the Flies, the reader discovers an adventurous story of English schoolboys stranded on an uninhabited island, while in further inspection, the novel is a story based on Golding’s views on human nature. Without contextual analysis, Lord of the Flies is simply about the English boys who crash on the island during evacuation from war and realize that there are no adults to manage them. Their immediate societal instinct is to form a government and order, but after being stranded for too long, the societal influences wither away until the boys become savages, separating into tribes that fight amongst themselves. The island represents a place without social restraints where the characters are fully able to delve into their state of nature. They are without friends, family, religion, and a structured law and justice system; all they have is language that allows them to manifest themselves into a state of nature.
In the Lord of the Flies, by William Golding, a group of boys are stranded on an island after their plane had crashed. One of the boys, Ralph, takes charge as chief of the group and does his best to help the boys survive until they get rescued. Over the course of their time trapped on the island, they learn that they aren’t as innocent as they thought they were. When rules are taken from a society, it becomes corrupted and people resort to their true human nature of savagery. When all touches of society are lost, people will start to lose sight of their humanity.
Poseidon was said to be the one that created earthquakes, hes said to make them whenever he strikes the ground with his trident and the angrier he is, the bigger the earthquake would be. Some even say that he could make volcanoes erupt! Others believed that when volcanoes erupted, it was a sign that Hephaestus was angry. Poseidon was also known for creating Islands. They say with just a raise of his hand, a new island would appear out of no where.
The pitch and sulfur were ignited and the consequence was a fire greater than anyone had ever yet seen produced by human agency’, the Greek historian wrote” (Coleman, 2005). The Romans used toxic smoke against the Charakitanes in Spain. The Charakitanes were defeated in two da... ... middle of paper ... ...d not get used. This would have caused losses on Either side much of the agents used was blister agents which are a persistent agent. Napalm was Introduced during World war II.
Golding writes, “Ralph made a step forward and Jack smacked Piggy’s head. Piggy’s glasses flew off and tinkled on the rocks” (71). Piggy’s glasses represent civilization and society, but once one of the lens cracks, civilization begins to break and fall as well. Now, Piggy can only see clearly with one eye, weakening their civil vision. Additionally, this marked the the divide in society between civilization and savagery and further degeneration.
The concept that George R. R Martin is discussing is a concept that is greatly similar to that of Lord of the Flies’, a novel by William Golding. The novel discusses how a group of young English boys are stranded on a deserted island after their plane was shot down, and they try to figure out how to survive until they are rescued. Golding demonstrates how humans, when free of society’s rules, allow their capacity for evil to dominate their existence, through the use of symbols such as the pig’s head, the beast, and clay masks. One of the most important symbols in Lord of the Flies is the pig's head. The pig's head is described by Golding as "dim-eyed, grinning faintly, blood blackening between the teeth," and is covered with a "black blob of flies.” (p. 137-138).