Technically, according to the list of ethics listed on the National Institute of Health’s website, there is nothing wrong with creating life from death. Playing god isn’t frowned upon because of religious or moral objections. Instead, it is a feared because of the unintended social consequences that might occur. Victor’s failure to even consider the possibilities, both bad and good, of what his scientific discovery might create clearly violates the code of ethics pertaining to social responsibility. In this case, reviving the dead didn’t promote social welfare or prevent harm.
Odysseus became an even better leader, since he knew that if he told them this they would stop helping him and leave. Although it may seem like he is being selfish, Odysseus needed their help in order to get home, so he didn't say anything. If they were going to die anyways why tell them now and have them leave, then not tell the at all and them not know. Another way this information made him a better leader was when he stated, “I told them nothing, as they would have done nothing. They would have dropped their oars again, in panic, to roll for cover under the decking” (Homer 708).
I wanted to be better than everyone else in everything and I thought that I was. However, I didn't realize till now of what I was doing was not only ethnocentrism but I was being selfish and a jerk. I could have reacted by thinking before speaking and realizing what I was doing, apologizing to the ones who I offended. If I had realized sooner, I could have stopped other hurtful comments and stopped other things people were saying to one another. I never thought what people were feeling and I never saw anyone get emotional or try to defend themselves.
He had stolen files that were not his, and most of all, he did it without the owner’s consent. Even though he was unaware of his actions being considered as stealing, what he did was still morally wrong. On the other side, the supporters of Aaron used the utilitarian theory. They did not care much as to what they were violating or what can be or will be violated, because they believe that their purpose and output is justifiable. In my opinion, I believe that the best ethical theory to be applied in this kind of situation is the social contract theory, simply because it stops conflict.
Odysseus is not a hero because he was not humble or good at accepting the help that he received, and he also acted before synthesizing the consequences that he would face in the future. Odysseus was could have been a great hero in everyone’s eyes if he tried to learn from people the mysteries that are unknown to him instead of diving head first into trouble. When Odysseus returned to Circe’s Island, Circe gave him a course and gave “advice on how to avoid the danger he will face”. But, yet Odysseus ignored her warning of not fighting the sea monster, Scylla, which took six of his best men. His thought of getting home and his selfishness concealed him from trying to protect his crew.
Focusing mostly on Insipid. He describes how the teacher never really paid much attention to the young boy and how she never bothered to call on him because all she saw was just a foolish child. For example, “The teacher thought I was stupid… Teachers were never interested in finding out that you couldn’t concentrate” The educator never gave the kid much thought, despite her being the one that would mold the younger generations mind. (2). Gregory writes out how the teacher shows a flippant tone, because the way she treats the young boy without respect, even though she is much older than him, she doesn’t act like a teacher, “I guess she couldn’t see a kid who made noises because he wanted someone to know he was there.” Gregory would do everything in his power to get even the slightest bit attention, even if he had to act Facetious.
Without detailed analysis he believes in their words. He treats them as an infallible oracle, but he forgets that they represent the evil. Macbeth has never thought that they may deceive him by making him feel undefeated and safe which results in his demise. As Hecate has said the wrong feeling of security can be pernicious. Macbeth acts like a child, he is very naive.
All that Okonkwo ever accomplished was from fear of becoming his father, which means that he was only thinking of himself and not of others like a hero should. Not only was he selfish but in order to have people think he is strong he was willing to kill a child. Okonkwo is not tragic a hero because of his lack of selflessness and because he
I could never imagine going through this myself why should anyone have to? George Washington once said “ I had always hoped this land might become safe and agreeable asylum to the virtuous and persecuted part of mankind, to whatever nation they might belong.” That should be happening, illegal immigrants should feel safe instead of fearful. I can see how people may think that they are some type of harm because they act like a criminal by hiding. That however is it valid as they hide because of fear, fear they might not get back home to see their children, fear they might fail trying to help their families. Immigrants are no criminals, and if they have no criminal past they should get some of that fear relieved by knowing they will not be deported, not
Brutus would have been fine if Cassius never talked to him Cassius is what made him such a bad person and brain wash him. Brutus fell to peer pressure if he would have never talked to Cassius about killing Caesar or Brutus becoming a King Brutus would have never stabbed Caesar and Brutus would never have been considered a bad guy because he is not one and he would have never been one. Brutus is a good guy and hopefully this made the people that thought he was a bad guy make them think he’s the good guy he has always been. Brutus was never was a horrible person he did what he was supposed to do and act like he was supposed to act he wasn’t a bad guy never was hopefully this made you Explicator. Spring94, Vol.