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    Though cultures have many differences there have been a few traits that have united them across the spans of time and geographical area. Many of these traits have even been included in religious doctrine or social and moral laws. In western philosophy and religions the concept of respect has help a high place, allowing a clear distinction between those who have experience and answers to those who are young and naïve. Religions such as Christianity and Mormonism stress greatly that the young should

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    Impatience and Disrespect in Oedipus the King A bad attitude causes most fights between people. People showing disrespect by saying hurtful or crazy words without thinking them through upsets almost everyone. In the play, Oedipus the King, written by Sophocles, Oedipus was trying to find the murderer of his predecessor, King Laius. In doing so, Oedipus' impatience caused quarrels that brought out his paranoia and hot-temper. Oedipus' impatience was flagrant during his search for Laius'

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    Disrespect in The Sailor who Fell From Grace with the Sea and Wonderful Fool Throughout various works of world literature, respect is a major concern amongst the characters. This manifests itself in how the relationships between characters in the work are characterized. Sometimes lack of proper respect can be an auxiliary cause for conflict, while in other cases it can be the root of it. In Japanese culture, respect is considered very important in the relationships between different people;

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    an Act of Disrespect Towards His Parents Asher Lev paints against the values of his family and community. He disregards Jewish traditions and observance by pursuing his passion for art. His individuality has him disobeying the Rebbe, the mashphia, his mythic ancestor as well as his parents. Asher does not intend for his artwork to be harmful, but that they convey truths and feelings. Yet, the Brooklyn Crucifixions cause shame for his observant Jewish parents. In that way, he disrespects their teachings

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    Through out history many famous people were disrespected. With that disrespect society has been extremely affected. For instance look at Galileo who was put on house arrest for going against the church. He claimed that the galaxy was not geocentric which means that the solar system goes around the earth. He instead said that the solar system was Heliocentric which went against the popular belief Heliocentric means that everything revolves around the sun. Sense he was he was put on house arrest who

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    Disrespect is the lack of respect or courtesy. Disrespectful behavior comes in many forms and can have serious consequences. Bullying, pointing, name-calling, lying about someone, laughing at someone speaking while someone else is speaking (especially while an adult is speaking) or speaking in a disrespectful manner to someone are all ways of being disrespectful. So is damaging other people's property. Disrespect hurts people's feelings, at the very least, and disrespectful conduct will also tarnish

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    Disrespect of Others

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    not respected? Why do you think the people who disrespect do it? How do you think they feel? How does it make you feel knowing that you are putting them down? How does it affect them? How does it affect you? Everybody a least one time in their life time has disrespected someone else. Nobody is prefect. Our parents do not all show us all the right morals. Everybody is raised up differently no matter if you are related so how. Also you can disrespect people in many different ways. I have disrespected

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    At the beginning of the book Telemakhos is troubled with the suitors trying to marry his mother.  He tries to keep them in line but they are rampant, especially when they're drunk.  They kill Odysseus's herd for their own feedings and disrespect the house of Odysseus.  So Telemakhos is obliged to search for his father because he is his last and only hope of keeping the suitors away.  He is determined to search for his father and must find him at all costs.  When Odysseus is stuck on

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    Agamemnon Agamemnon is a confusing tale of the people that are waiting for the soldiers to get home from the Trojan war. Most of the play is the chorus singing about many of the things that happened during the war. The play also shows the disrespect the men had for women in that time period. In front of Agamemnon's palace, a watchman wishes his shift would end. He is tired and wants to sleep but he must stay awake. He awaits news from Queen Clytemnestra. The Chorus of Argive elders enters, singing

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    Confrontations Between Young and Old in King Lear One of the underlying themes in Shakespeare's play, King Lear is the concept of the generation gap.  This gap is mainly illustrated between the family.  The older generation is Lear himself, and the younger generation consists of his daughters Goneril, Regan and Cordelia.  In the second plot of the play, Gloucester represents the older generation, and his sons, Edmund and Edgar exemplifies the younger generation.  Both

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