In the movie, Batman values everyone 's ' life and that is the biggest thing. Life is sacred to him, he goes out to save people in Gotham from danger. So using a gun(lethal) or killing people will violate the sacred and be a profane. You don 't see Batman using his gun to cause lethal wounds (which the comic 's versions do it a lot) and kill people, not even the criminal or Bane. It also have a totem which ties in well with sociologist Geertz.
In addition, Batman in the society wants to do justice on a bad attitude committed. He saw justice like fight a war on crime, and the goal was that the city does not belong to do criminal things and corruption. In fact, Batman has the ability
After Ender destroys the bugger planet in the final simulation, Graff tells him the truth, that he has been killing real buggers, that the simulated games are not actually simulations. Graff’s reasoning is this: “Of course we tricked you into it. That’s the whole point, [...] It had to be a trick or you couldn’t have done it. We had to have a commander with so much empathy that he would think like the buggers, [...] So much compassion that he could win the love of his underlings [...] But somebody with that much compassion could never be the killer we needed.” (Scott Card, 342) His explanation demonstrates how he believes that sacrificing Ender’s feelings by lying to him is necessary to defeat the buggers to save humanity from possible destruction, emphasizing the theme of manipulation for the common good. They make Ender do what he hates most, hurting others, by isolating him into not trusting anybody, moulding him to the perfect commander, then tricking him into believing he was only battling simulations.
One of them is Brutus could be tracked down and executed for killing Caesar. Though it would help the people of Rome Brutus doesn't want to die because of his actions. All of Caesar's guards would hunt down Brutus and assassinate him for killing who they thought was a great
Alexie does not break down literal, but figuratively and Superman breaks down a door literally in a comic excerpt. “In one panel,Superman breaks through a door”(Alexie 4). Alexie breaks through the figurative doors that society had placed on him. Breaking down the doors took determination which Alexie and Superman both possessed.”I refused to fail. I was smart.
Truman lives his life like he believes it’s reality. When Harvey Dent from ‘The Dark Knight’ came forward to the people of Gotham City, posing as the Batman he gave society their hero. Dent manipulated everyone into thinking that he was the masked vigilante. Similarly, everyone manipulates Truman into playing a certain role that he has adapted to, although all he wants to do is venture out into the world. However, whenever Truman tries to leave he is coincidentally stopped by a traffic jam which ever street he turns down or some form of ‘accident’.
The sale of poison for any cause during the Elizabethan era was illegal and punishable by death. During Romeo’s time in Mantua, he started to plot a way to get back to Verona and get Juliet back. In Mantua, Romeo purchased a vile of poison to kill himself if he is unable to get Juliet back. Since the sale of poison is illegal and punishable by death, he finds a poor apothecary that will do anything for money and has him make a batch of his strongest poison for Romeo. The apothecary responds to his responds with “My poverty but not my will consents” (5.1, 75).
This question ask if Roark is correct in praising selfishness and denouncing altruism is a trick question. When asking based on the word correct one often wonders on whose view you are speaking through. In my eyes no, Roark is merely passing off his crimes in the name of himself despite the fact that he did bomb and destroy buildings that he did not own. But in Roark 's own eyes he feel that he is right, and that sense the building where supposed to be built in his image they should be made the way he says they should. Often when one acts on selfiness they find themselves in many of the situations that these characters find themselves in.
Virtue ethics best supports Batman 's claim that if he kills the Joker, he will become "that which I hate". As a child Batman 's alter egos parents were murdered in cold blood right in front of him. Since their murder all he ever wanted was justice. Urging the detectives to investigate into any and every possibility of who the culprit was. Having Alfred in his life he was guided in the right direction on what was right and wrong in every experience even the one when he decided to become Batman.
Are laws and ethics different for Spiderman When Peter’s Uncle Ben told him in the clip that “with great power comes great responsibilities”, Peter did not know what his uncle really meant at that moment. Peter was originally using his newfound powers to make money, but after his uncle is murdered at the hands of a criminal Peter failed to stop, he swears to use his powers to fight the evil that killed his uncle (IMBD). “With great power, comes great responsibility” to me means, you are put in a position of having a lot of power, you also have a lot more responsibility than an average person who is not so powerful. From what we have learned about Utilitarian in our book; the harm that comes from letting the individual carry on his or her misdeeds or not forcing the individual to a public punishment may be greater than the harm that would come from the scandal of exposure (Pollock). Now Peter Parker has to become Spider-Man and take Green Goblin to the task... or else Goblin will kill him.