When she says, “ I say that this crime is holy,” she is stating that her brother deserves to be honored in death, whether it be against the law or not, she will bury him. If she “must die”, she knows it will be for a purpose and she is willing to sacrifice her life for that purpose. Antigone is brave enough to stand up for her brother’s honor, once again proving she has more courage than Creon. Antigone continues to discuss with Ismene how she feels and declares, “ I am not afraid of danger; if it means death, it will not be the worst of deaths - death without honor.” She is admits her concern for her brothers’ death without being honored. When Antigone announces, “ I am not afraid of danger”, she is confessing her dis-concern for what will happen to her if she acts upon her plan.
Banning pit bulls will not change an animal’s natural instinct and make people safer. When news anchors report on a story involving a dog attack, they automatically assume that if the dog attacked, it must be a pitbull.This isn’t fair to this breed. They have earned an unfair reputation. When they attack, the do so because
Elizabeth is an avid supporter of animal rights who guest lectures at her son’s work to showcase the issues of “animal cruelty”. Although the thought of treating animals humanely is an agreeable argument to side by, Costello’s approach to the subject was incorrect. In my opinion, she fails to use fitting analogies to explain why factory
She is able to send a message when she calls the snake guileless. She is saying that she believes that a person should be straightforward with others and with oneself. Levertov believes that a person should not be trying to hide anything or be too concerned about what one does. People should not be too concerned about what has happened you can 't change that past, but in the same sense worrying about the future is not going to help, it will hold you back when you want to make bold decisions for you will be worried about the consequences. In the first stanza levertov also calls an armadillo insouciant.
Throughout Marris’ essay “Handle with Care”, Marris successfully argues that it is our responsibility as inhibitors of this planet to help fix the damage we have caused to wildlife. Through the use of supporting evidence, including the counterargument, and appealing to pathos Marris convinces the reader that it is our personal duty to make sure wildlife thrives. Marris’ use of pathos especially brings her audience around to her side of the argument by implying that the consequences of not interfering will ultimately affect the lives of humans on the planet as
In her work “What’s Wrong with Animal Rights,” Vicki Hearne challenges common beliefs of animal rights, arguing that animal rights groups do very little to actually benefit animals. She argues that natural selection should be allowed to take place for wild animals, and animals such as cats and dogs should not be seen as property. To persuade the audience to support her position, she uses ethos, pathos, and logos. Her credibility as a trainer makes the logic behind her views reliable, her logic reinforces the examples she uses, and she appeals to emotion using her relationship with her Airedale, Drummer, to support everything her argument is saying. Through these strategies, Vicki Hearne effectively counters the current, popular views of the
In the book Lennie killed many mice, a dog, and even a girl at the end, it may have been and accident but it was the fact that he is dangerous. When George says, “I shoulda knew.” In the book he was referring to him knowing it would happen eventually. This is the strongest support to my thesis yet and has a good point to it. Although killing Lennie was the safest most humane thing to do, others may not think as highly of the idea. Killing is a terrible thing and should only be a last resort but on the other hand this situation was pretty serious.
He also says that, by eliminating Duncan, he would only be teaching his subjects that a rise to power is possible through violence, and karma would come back to bite him. He believes that he should not murder Duncan because he is his servant and host whose main goal is always to protect him. Duncan has been a gracious and humble leader that many respect, and in the case of his untimely death, his subjects would mourn him greatly. In spite of this, when Lady Macbeth offers the escape of blaming the murder on the guards, Macbeth’s ambition kicks in and he is in total support of the crime. Proven from a direct quote from Macbeth himself, Macbeth’s flaw, hubris, further supports his status as an aristotelian
Many interpret her act of burying her brother to be justifiable and moral. In Scene 2 of Antigone, Creon and Antigone confront each other about Antigone’s act of burying Polyneices. Antigone dared to defy Creon’s law and begs him to kill her by stating, “I do. I deny nothing,” when Creon asks if she has buried Polyneices. This act displays her free will because she could have easily denied performing the gesture in order to save herself.
According to Goodwall enthusiastic people across the world have effectively taken measures to save wild places and wildlife. This is why she wrote her book Hope for Animals and Their World in order to let people recognize that there is still hope for the animals and in return there’s hope for each one of us as well. Gopnik’s article on the other hand is both brilliant as well as hilarious as he argues that each of the gadgets necessitates an additional gadget due to which we end up delaying communication amongst ourselves. The world of gadgets and machines aimed at making life easier and saves our time but the outcome appeared to be just opposite and different. Gopnik started to dwell on the subject "move" as he said "Once I sensed the nature of his predicament, i began to feel more sympathetic towards Charlie