John Proctor Helped his friends be successful and cared for their safety. Proctor says “ You are the high court, your word is good enough! tell them i confessed myself; say proctor broke his knees and wept like a woman, but my name cannot!”. In the quote John Proctor does not want written proof that he was a witch because he wants to protect his friends and not throw them under the bus. This means he cares for his friends and is truly a good man.
The philosopher Ayn Rand believed that an individual’s life is of the utmost importance, as is her well-being. She knew that altruistic ethics require individuals to sacrifice their own wellbeing and lives for the sake of others. With ethical egoism, and will value their own wellbeing above all others. So, she was for ethical egoism. Ayn Rand also had an argument against ethical egoism believing it is a mistake to treat the interest of some individuals as being less important than the interest of others.
Equality does this by when he first falls in love with Liberty, he is obsessed. However, when his invention is rejected by the council, he starts to realize he doesn’t need to be in a group and in result, starts to love Liberty less. When he understand individuality fully, he becomes very selfish and doesn’t care for Liberty at all and thinks of her as an object. Equality felt he needed to be with a group and with Liberty. Through his journey he discovered that he doesn’t need to be with a group and can be independent.
Sylvia does not want Miss Moore to believe she is right and her teachings are effective. As for Sammy, his stubbornness is shown when he quits his job. Quitting his job was a spontaneous decision he made to protect his ego. Lengel calls out “you don 't want to do this” but Sammy keeps walking (Updike 5). Sammy’s stubbornness to admit he’s wrong can be interpreted by the quotation: “It 's true, I don 't.
Dr. Irving Janis’ symptoms of groupthink in the film such as “belief in the inherent morality of the group” which Janis states,” members believe in the rightness of their cause and therefore ignore the ethical or moral consequences of their decisions” (Psysr.org, 2018). They believe what they are saying is right and don’t think about what comes along with the decision made. Closed-mindedness is another obvious symptom seen in the jury. Juror 10 uses the phrase “one of them” and frequently divides society into the words “us” and “them” using the phrase to point out stereotypes. Individuals on the jury often justify their views to avoid challenges.
Although those are good reasons to kill him lennie also did many good things to and therefor is why there is so many reasons why some people consider what George did wrong and it therefore doesn't make what George did justified due to him being his best friend and how he told so many people how he was looking out for lennie so he doesn't get in trouble on his own also for example lennie's aunt Claire and Carlson and curly dad therefore showing that he was lying about how he felt about lennie he even told lennie himself that his life would be easier without him Although some people believe George was wrong and some believe he was wright there are many reasons why it can go either way just because it can be considered euthanasia and due to lenine being considered a nuisance to himself and others but on the other hand it some say it isn't because lennie didn't get a say in whether or not on if he could live or die therefore making it not euthanasia but murder Therefore in conclusion George killing lennie is a huge topic that can go either way so to truly understand the topic you must read the book or watch the movie and come up with your own opinion on whether or not if what George did was euthanasia or just plain old
Because they have been desensitized to human suffering, the citizens of the World State find it funny—even entertaining. "Charming! But in civilized countries," said the Controller, "you can have girls without hoeing for them, and there aren 't any flies or mosquitoes to sting you. We got rid of them all centuries ago." John makes another point when we suffer not only for the sake of suffering, but also for the rewards that come after.
She did not have much hope left anyways for her life because she annoyed the misfit with her ugly and selfish ways. In another quote the grandmother implies that the misfit is a good man by stating, "Yes it's a beautiful day," said the grandmother. "Listen, " she said, "You shouldn't call yourself the misfit because I know you're a good man at heart. I can just look at you and tell" (421). The grandmother doesn't know the misfit from Adam, yet she already gave him a persona that he has to match.
The reason that this happens is built into collectivism itself and it is identified perfectly in the speech The Soul of a Collectivist when it is said “The soul, Peter, is that which can’t be ruled. It must be broken.”, In saying this Ellsworth correctly and perfectly identifies why collectivism has and will always inevitably require great bloodshed. It is the simple fact that collectivism is purely antithetical to human nature. Human nature is not purely good, it is not purely evil either, at its base level the only thing that human nature can accurately be called is purely self-serving. If given the option between saving themselves or saving someone else the vast majority of people will save themselves whether they see that as a moral good or not.
In my opinion, Chi Li views the serpent’s victims as “timid” and “pitiful” (WM 333) because she thinks they lacked the proper strength and courage to bring about the serpent’s demise. She expected them to be clever, as she is, and to be unafraid to sacrifice themselves for the sake of their people. I think Chi Li’s attitude towards them is very realistic. Human beings tend their lives in a “bubble”. They recognize what is important to them, what their skills and talents are, and what they believe to be right and wrong.
I don’t bear her any grudge for it. In fact I’m proud of her. It shows I brought her up in the right spirit, anyway”, (Orwell 233). Even knowing he is being punished for a crime he didn’t commit and was accused by his own daughter, he believes he is truly wrong. The Party has all the power and control if the people cannot decide themselves a right from
However at the end it’s clear that the reader’s reaction can change when she has the conversation with the Misfit, she repeatedly says “I know you’re a good man...You wouldn’t shoot a lady”(14-15), because the reader know thinks that she really is selfish but she’s also ignorant and petty. The only reason that the grandmother is saying positive things about the misfit is because her life is at risk and the second part of the quote shows that she cares about herself and doesn 't ask if he would kill all the family. It shows all her pettiness making the reader think “No wonder why June Star wants her dead”. This is the grandmother’s characteristics of being selfish, ignorant, petty and etc but underneath all the evil that the grandmother has there can be some good things in her just like the
Therefore Soc’s automatically assumed the greasers were mean and they were caring, friendly, and they were always there for each other. People consider the penurious to be selfish and does not care about anybody. The way Soc’s act basically the same way and they do not realize it. When Soc’s mentally abuse the greasers can be just as bad as physical abuse. How much money they have or