Rough Draft for Evil “In a perfect world, probably we’d never yell, we’d just be firm and dispassionate” (Waldman). Delusional thoughts and evil passions would be overcome with the influence of morals and reasoning which alludes to a coherent society. But returning to reality, people of all backgrounds face a universal threat causing pain and suffering; it is called torture. Torturers feed on the pleasure of inflicting pain, and this is triggered by the emotional passion that brings out the id in humans. This kind of evil exemplifies the uncontrollable passion that has a profound impact on governing behavior.
What is your father, mother, and siblings like. Imagine that your brother stole something, and your family is prejudged as thieves because of that. Know is put it in a bigger picture someone in that has the same religion that you did something bad so all the people that follow this religion are bad people? If you go to a bigger picture, some of the people in your country like to eat rat, so all the people in your country eat rat. Even bigger some women have car accident so my mother as a woman is a bad driver.
Curley’s attitude is a crucial part of what allows him to fit the villain archetype, however, his attitude is not the only element that shows he is a villain. One’s attitude goes hand in hand with how the act, similar in archetypes you don’t see the hero hurting or torturing people for their amusement. After Curley and Slim arrive at the bunkhouse, the characters start to laugh at Curley for his glove filled with vaseline, so Curley decides that he needs to prove himself better by picking a fight with Lennie. “Curley was balanced and poised. He slashed at Lennie with his left, and then smashed down his with a right.
We as viewers and readers build a liking to the machines because of the ways that they are portrayed and the negative things that the humans do. The humans using machines always results in something bad happening to the machine for example we see Chappie getting into dangerous situations and killing people and with EPICAC he ultimately kills himself. In both texts, the respective author or producers added these messages to prepare us for the future of conscious machines telling us that when they inevitably come, we need to respect them and treat them as humans and forget about the prejudice from the past or things much worse than in the story could
This is an all too common acceptance of an interpretation of justice, from an inequality standpoint, that allows deleterious ideals such as vengeance, hatred, and envy to be the expression of the change desired. Yet, if violence is the means through which a proposed peaceful end is intended, then the entire ideology collapses. Perhaps, in the words of Friedrich Nietzsche, this incoherent ideology becomes more apparent, “He who fights with monsters should be careful lest he thereby become a monster. And if thou gaze long into an abyss, the abyss will also gaze into
Anger is a curious thing some believe it helps them others believe it hurts them, but Mark Twain hit the nail on the head when he said “Anger is an acid that can do more harm to the vessel in which it is stored than to anything on which it is poured.”(Mark Twain) Anger can be identified in a variety of ways by a variety of people. It builds up a person into their own trap while tearing down another. Everyone has different views on anger some are similar and some are different. Emily Dickinson’s poem “My Life Stood a Loaded Gun” and Marvin Gaye’s song “Anger” can be compared and contrasted because of their unique views on anger and violence. Emily Dickinson expresses her views in a well-known poem “My Life had Stood a Loaded Gun” about the power anger gives a person and takes from a person using a form of
In addition, pop psychologists agree that “conformity can be seen as the world’s most common but dangerous psychological disorder” (Feys par. 6). Conformity can torture people inside by making them distort their thinking into what is socially acceptable, it can be so destructive as to cause them mental afflictions. Something that intense that can do this to your mind is not good in any way. Similarly, we torture ourselves with this idea of “normal”, “...as Hannah Arendt recognized, the tendency has been responsible for much human misery” (Shpancer par.
Someone might consider alcoholism evil, while others consider it normal: someone might believe racism is evil, while others believe it is natural. Evil is unique to each individual, how people were raised and what they were exposed to will alter their definition of evil. However, people generally agree that homicide, rape, torture, genocide, and terrorism are all evil. Causing agony or suffering is considered evil. Manipulating the weak or manipulating children, in any way, is considered evil.
Therefore it can be said that power gives evil the need to feed off the fear of others, it drives them to suppress their emotions and mindset providing them the opportunity to commit such acts that would previously be considered “sins”. Mr. Zimbardo’s theory on the Lucifer effect can been seen in action through the entire movie. The lucifer effect begins to tell us a couple of reasons as to why sometimes good eggs can turn bad. One of those reasons being authority, while the other relies on dehumanization, or the process of stopping to see someone as fully human. The process of dehumanization can be said to eliminate guilt or human feelings toward a misdeed, it takes away need to be moral and do good evil and opens the dam for the evil lurking to lash out.
However, human relationship can easily turn south due to our sinful nature. The first example of this is seen through the story of Cain and Able. Cain was jealous because Able’s offering was accepted but his was not, which led to Cain murdering Able. Human relationships are meant for pushing each other to becoming more like
Unfortunately, free will along with good and evil go hand in hand. Free will is one of the ways evil is brought into the world. This moral evil is an evil that is responsible for events like the holocaust and 9/11. Individuals chose to pursue these events that resulted in evil being inflicted upon