Comparing Evil In Bibliomancy And Syntax

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Due to half the nation influencing us with evil and the other half promoting us with love; The topic of being "good" or "evil" is just a question humanity has repeatedly asked itself. Some feel that we are naturally born with more than the other. Not even those who make a living studying human behaviour can come to the conclusion if we are naturally a bit more evil than good. This can be demonstrated through Bibliomancy and Syntax. I chose these two devices because Bibliomancy has factable evidence to the question and Syntax makes the speech more of a debate.

According to Hobbes human beings are mechanistic. Hobbes had no belief in having a soul, or in our minds being separate from our body. Hobbes had a belief that in a man’s natural state, …show more content…

. . and consequently, among men there ariseth, on that ground, envious and hate, and finally war” (13 6-10 108). These instinctive desires and repetitive behavioral occurrences Hobbes believes that the natural behavior of human beings is troubled, and leads only to a state of outrage and …show more content…

In the opening lines of “Dulce et Decorum Est,” Owen vibrantly displays the price of trench warfare, the exhaustion of soldiers who become like old women, “hags,” coughing, lame, blind, and deaf. The poet speaks for these individuals who, though they no longer perform in the polished military unison, are joined by their shared experience of a nightmare that seems just at the point of being over when the new assault

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