He claims that he is an educated and reasonable man, but also has his limitations in his beliefs of rationalism. “He would never go so far as some – who questioned […] the very truth of Holy Scripture – which could not be explained by reason alone.” (Süskind, 14). He is displayed as someone of the old age, who is trying to constitute new age ideas within him, however staying limited by his instinctive human reliance on a superior power for guidance, one which he cannot upset by doubting. Through this characterization, the reader is able to see his very “human” personality. Accordingly, there are many instances in which his natural instincts override his ability to be reasonable and rational.
On the other hand, Judge Danforth is what we would see in justice and can be consider evil. Danforth is an aggressive man that has power and can be ignorant when taking decisions. Danforth will stick to what the books says while Hale resort to other ways to please and find internal peace. In the beginning of the book, both Danforth and Hale begin with almost identical mindsets. Reverend Hale ends up in an all time low, yet he is able to find who he truly is, while Danforth gets lost and loses his identity.
When Thomas writes “Better to use them sparingly, and with affection, precisely when the need for them arises, nicely, by itself” he uses a surplus of commas to demonstrate the opposite message of his sentence (160). The ability to incorporate the examples into their presentation of ideas is an attribute that makes Thomas and Zinsser writers that are truly great and worth
He encourages to create one’s own individual (American) culture that is not an imitation of the already existing systems—“Imitation is suicide”, he states boldly. He notices the importance of individual experience rather than gaining knowledge from the accounts of others. He notices that the followers of great philosophers are just plain thinkers, “bookworms” as he calls them in “The American Scholar”. He claims that: “he who is really of their class will not be called by their name, but will be his own man, and, in his turn, the founder of a sect”, which implies that great works of intellectuals are not meant to be simply read and agreed upon, but their goal is to inspire a man to further his own search and voicing his own opinions. A self-reliant man should always stand in the opposition to society, for the “society never advances”, as Emerson assures the reader.
About Studies “Studies serve for ability,” mentioned Francis Bacon. In the midst of overflowing school works, application of studies is ironically often missed. Respecting Bacon’s idea, I used both “Of Studies” and “On Studies” to question my course of studies and to interpret the history of the world on more various perspectives. In his essay “Of Studies”, Francis Bacon praised the well-rounded men more than the experts by saying “For expert men can execute, and perhaps judge of particulars, one by one; but the general counsels, and the plots and marshaling of affairs, come best from those that are learned.” The notion is agreeable to certain degrees for this essay was written in the year 1625 which is generally classified as the Renaissance era. During this period, the ideal type of human being was to be able in various fields.
This idea comes into play often when choosing leaders to follow. If a person promiseś us one thing that we crave but while achieving that for us will do things we do not believe morally right we force ourselves to focus solely on that thing we want and overlook what we don´t. In our minds we are justifying the leaderś actions as necessary because they lead to our ¨prize¨, an example of cognitive dissonance effects.. This is especially true in ¨Lord of the Flies¨ when the boys desert Ralph to join Jack. Ralph is a natural leader and commands respect having ¨a stillness about [him]¨ that ¨marks him out¨ (Golding, 22) from the rest of the boys.
he can write these in the subconscious - he can reprogram his mind, he can redirect it, he can write upon it. And the nature of the subconscious is compulsive; therefore, he'll be compelled to be congenial, cordial, a man of good will. - Dr. Joseph Murphy on a how to change a man who has grown to be a sourpuss, hothead, or complainer. I realize this quote is quite long and there are many other quotes I could have used. But I like this one.
Language as it was First Spoken From what has been studied so far it is clear that man is influenced of usual sociality. His nature to band together with his fellows for lower or for higher purposes is one of his major characteristics. To understand his fellows and to be understood by them, men were driven to the fabrication of language without which they could not converse with each other. The need of communication was the main cause of language production. Nowhere has the old proverb “Necessity is the mother of invention” received a better illustration than in the history of language; it was to satisfy the wants of daily life that the faculty of speech was first exercised.
It is genius of Steinbeck to write a story with two opposite men that are best of friends, but in the end on of them must make the ultimate sacrifice, and the other must pay the ultimate consequence, even though his actions aren’t really his fault. While it is sad, it does teach a lesson. It is possible for anybody to be friends. Race, gender, or whatever else, these are things that do not need to always play such a big part in who are friends are. And if you are close with that friend, you need to be able to make the best moral choice to help you both in big situations that test your
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