Wes looking in on fat Linda sitting and enjoying Chefs house, Wes envying how happy she will be living there. Alcohol consumed Wes’s life again after he had to move, he became so unhappy than he threw away his chance with his life again in exchange for anger and alcohol, which led his to watching Linda’s through the window. The inside of the house in the painting is light and warm, seems positive whereas the outside is dark, dim and sad. I was able to make these connections to
This ruthless segregation is first shown in line 3 of the poem when he states, “They send me to eat in the kitchen.” Using such a simple sentence, in terms of language and tone, Hughes is able to be subtle when painting a scene for the reader. Although he doesn’t describe the kitchen, most readers understand that it is not high style dining and don’t question the authenticity of this statement due to the fact the author lived through it. Looking back, we can see how these actions were inhumane and while the may have been changed, Hughes brings us
There is also a heavy lean towards women, whereas there are many men who enjoy cooking for themselves. Mix has also taken into consideration secondary, and tertiary target markets. Their secondary market is males who have significant other, which still exclude single men. Mix’s third target market is private events for companies, birthday parties, and special events. This tertiary market is good because it is completely independent of the other target markets.
Both Plato and Aristotle hold that democracy is inefficient for various reasons. However, I wouldn’t necessarily conclude that both philosophers consider democracy bad per se. Plato and Aristotle’s critiques of democracy seem to stem from their metaphysical conceptions of human nature and how that nature has influenced human beings to interact with their environment. Democracy, or any form of government, is an extension of human nature because our existence precedes that of the state’s. In other words, political structures are completely dependent on human nature.
Throughout the book Nick describes characters in a detail that insinuates he focuses on the aesthetic appeal of most people, not just women and not just men. Add on the strange way his relationship with Jordan Baker flowed, his intense appreciation of Gatsby, and his uncomfort at the apartment Tom has for Myrtle, and you’ve got a recipe for a graysexual narrator.
She is the most hard working lady I have ever met. Whether it comes to her running the pizza shop or her journey with weight loss, all I have ever witnessed is this woman achieve greatness. She has a sense of humor to her that makes working for her fun, but don’t be fooled she is an intimidating girl. Her being like that has pushed me to try and be the hardest worker I can be, and although I might fall short of that I still strive to get there so that I can make her proud. Her partner in business and life is Shawn, whom I tend to relate to more because he is a goofball like me.
In short, pluralism for Mouffe is radical. She restricts extreme forms of pluralism but how can we distinguish the extreme from non-extreme is unclear. Although she would have said the procedure of distinguishing these forms, her model transforms into something like Habermas’. Even so her model of democracy is very important think from different angle because the notion of adversaries and agonistic pluralism make possible to think differently from political theorists such as Habermas and Rawls. They aim at reaching consensus but Mouffe thinks that consensus is not necessary for democratic politics what people need is agonistic pluralism to live side by
Civil Society has become one the most important features of the Morden State, whether operate independently or cooperated by the state. The primary role for the civil society is to limit the control of power by the state but more often now more civil society organisations have been co-opted into the state. This move has been criticized as it is view as that the state only do it to advance its own interest. Starting off with the idea of civil as state society, Marx does not go with the idea that it is the state that creates and sustains civil society. Below some of Marx criticism of this idea by different scholars in discussed.
Whilst utilitarianism supports democracy and encourages people to act selflessly, it is due to the intuitive dislike that utilitarianism prompts in the minds of many, that it has been subject to several criticisms. In this essay, I will use both moral intuitions and examples to outline three of the strongest objections to utilitarianism. I will furthermore illustrate how such objections ultimately show utilitarianism to be unsuccessful. To achieve this it is, however, necessary that I discuss the concept of utilitarianism, as well as how such a theory influences the decisions and actions of moral agents. Utilitarianism is a moral, consequentialist theory that holds that the right action to perform is that which produces the best consequences,
my observations is taking place at exactly 11 am till 12 am when it is not too busy but yet an hour before lunch when everyone is avoiding the rush and how busy it gets in the cafeteria . It is a warm atmosphere with a cold air coming in from the outside . It smells like floor wax , disinfectant cleaner for the tables , four to six garbage bins with the sustenance waste of three thousand and more individuals . Smell of food like prepared chicken , strong coffee , warm pizza , and oily chips . Indeed , even the fragrance of the average sustenance was overwhelmed by the aroma of it .