Analysis: The Universe Of Obligation

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Obligations have been around since the beginning of time, so how have people progressed this idea over time into something where we can deceive others with it? There were three main ways people deceived others from what they really were. The first was by putting others before themselves in their own Universe of Obligation, acting trustworthy as the second way, and the third being to act differently than anyone could have ever depicted.The Universe of Obligation demonstrates the relationship between who we really are and how we present ourselves by changing how we view the things we feel obligated to. Some people helped others in order to get something out of it for themselves.During the Reformation, grace was a big issue in people. Grace…show more content…
When Hitler became the Fuhrer of Germany, Germans became more comfortable with how the future of their country would turn out. Hitler had created many policies when he first became Fuhrer. What this did for the Germans is create a safer presence in Germany and built up the confidence of them. One example of this is when Hitler rejected the Treaty of Versailles. The people finally felt free from power of France and instantly loved Hitler for this action. Hitler at the beginning of his reign of Germany was a leader that the Germans trusted. They felt like a whole nation once again. Hitler, however, did actions for his own good and gains, never worrying about how it affected the German people. Bad trust choices were even around during the time of Julius Caesar in Rome in the year 44 BC. Julius Caesar had been a powerful leader of Rome as the governor. Some feared that when he became Dictator, he would be too powerful. Calphurnia, his wife, had a dream that if he met with the Senate, he would be killed there. After being talked out of his own wife’s foreshadow, he speaks to Calphurnia, “How foolish do your fears seem now, Calphurnia! I am ashamed I did yield to them. Give me my robe, for I will go” (2.2.110-112). Caesar chooses to meet with his Senate despite his wife foreshadowing his wife. Later that day, Caesar would realize that he made the wrong choice, where Marcus Brutus and Gaius Cassius would lead the rest of the Senators on an assassination mission to kill Caesar. Sometimes it can be hard to choose if somebody or is truly worth one’s trust. When that somebody is not but they give them their trust, this puts that somebody too close to the center of your Universe of Obligation, making you lose obligation to other more important
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