It was not because he was purging him of the sins, but the order in which he was freeing himself. He started with the worst (pride), and then ended with the easiest, but also the one that is most common to occur repeatedly (lust). Hell on other hand was all about which sin cause the most pain to others and oneself. That is why it stats with lust, which is not harmful unless act upon. Then the worst pride a sin that will always cause another person to become harm or worst killed.
People, who are humiliated through shame punishment, will act out because they do not want to be made out as a bad person. Humiliation should not be the goal of shame punishments. Guilt should be the goal to work towards. If a person is humiliated amongst their peers, they will act out with aggression by attacking people that make fun of them. What happens with humiliation is people use it to punish the person, not the action.
It is commonly expressed that bullies are cruel to others because they feel lesser. This belief is linked to the idea of the superiority complex. Similar to Connie, a bully is quick to notice the flaws of others, and, comparable to Grandmother, is readily willing to exploit them. In general, people with superiority complexes do not go out of their way to treat other people kindly, or may even appear to be spiteful, because the majority of the time they are utterly absorbed with themselves. As a result, they will ultimately suffer the consequences, either on a large scale like Connie and Grandmother, or on a smaller scale, like loss of friends or the eventual realization of the flaws that they had previously deemed inexistent.
Often, they will be unable to accept the fact that they have made a mistake. Because the government usually involve by giving them a punishment that only make them feel worse about themselves. Which will lead them to deny their criminal act. Because the shameful punishment the government give them will make them become “Irrationally angry withers” (Tangney 525). Therefore, is better to give criminals punishments that will make theme behave better than to shame them in front of everyone’s
They want to hurt the other person/s, so they can feel good about what they’ve accomplished. "Do you know why people like violence? It is because it feels good. Humans find violence deeply satisfying. But remove the satisfaction, and the act becomes…hollow."
In the moment, his judgement was failed him and he faced an emotional and mental disturbance. Duhart states that Bigger’s social surrounding is likely the cause for is lapse of judgement. This would also explain why Bigger was not remorseful after killing Mary. The environment he was living his basically desensitized him and filled him with anger. It is not just murder because it has a deeper more symbolic reason for its occurrence.
The monster turns evil because his creator, Victor, rejects him. DeWall explains that the way someone is treated can determine how they act: “Hurt feelings are the core emotional marker of social rejection, but rejection also increases anxiety, anger, sadness, depression, and jealousy” (DeWall 257). Even though hurt feelings are the most common and obvious effect of rejection, it can also greatly affect a person emotionally. It can make them feel depressed or very angry. These feelings can trigger a person to make bad decisions, which they will keep making until they feel accepted again.
Instead of helping him, she was hurting him and frustrating him even more. Her abuse towards him only caused more destruction than ever. A great amount of people would state that sociopaths’, such as Edmund Kemper, only intention is to harm and inflict pain on others. There is no doubt that they are incredibly dangerous, but their true intentions seem to feel right to them because they do not have emotions or a conscience. This causes them to deal with people as if they were objects.
Discussion: Guilt is feelings of culpability, especially for imagined offenses or from a sense of inadequacy. There are negative physiological effects caused by guilt. Guilt can make someone over responsible. They will think that life has to be perfect, and will do everything to try to please everyone. It may make someone over conscientious so that they may neglect their needs to avoid affecting others with the negative consequences of an action.
According to Aristotle, then, the man who is slighted by those who he thinks ought to respect him and feel grateful toward him is the more easily offended. Furthermore, Aristotle pointed out that t... ... middle of paper ... ...tude, their behaviour is indeed shameful because they show no gratitude whatsoever to Lear for giving them what they so eagerly desired. Since it is ingratitude that particularly injures our self-esteem, the result is the rousing of violent anger in the one who feels that his own good deeds have not been appreciated. His exiling of Cordelia was in response to her perceived slighting of him; now at Goneril's first suggestion that he restrain his followers a little, he feels contempt thrown upon his own goodness: Ingratitude, thou marble-headed fiend, More hideous when thou show'st thee in a child Than the sea-monster. and, the depth of his hurt and his anger is more than evident in his cursing of Goneril: ...that she may feel How sharper than a serpent's tooth it is To have a thankless child!