He first explains how nature made men equal, though each might differ in physical strength, weaker men have stronger mentalities. If two men want a similar object that cannot be shared, then they become enemies. Some do it for fear, but others battle for pleasure. Hobbes establishes three principles for fighting: competition, diffidence, and for glory. Competition is essential for men to gain what they desire.
Furthermore, that motivation persists as a powerful character aspect in fiction. Besides, with any story, you invest in someone based on their goals. And seeing the action progress as they work toward them is what engages you. But we can 't deny that a male-perspective dominates our understanding of that progression. And it 's the reason we see more men as main characters in fiction than women.
Perhaps one man is naturally stronger than the other man and therefore is able to lift more weight. Sameness in this circumstance is forcing the stronger man to deny himself of progress and lift the same as the weaker man, despite his natural
Beowulf the Artificial Man Over the course of history, the righteous identity of masculinity has been tainted by the stereotypical profile that is governed by machoism. These stereotypes eliminate any emotions, activities, and beliefs that exhibit weakness. These stereotypes cause men to seek unrelenting physical strength, a mind of iron, and isolation. However, these are only stereotypes; a man is something much more than attempting to live their life as a masquerade. A perfect example of a man following this mockery of masculinity is the title character hailing from the epic Beowulf.
Hegemonic masculinity usually consists of practices and attitudes which maintain heterosexual male domination over and the subordination of women (Weitzer and Kubrin 5). It represents a cultural idealized form of breadwinning and manhood and can be a personal as well as a collective undertaking. Moreover, hegemonic masculinity is “exclusive, anxiety-provoking, internally and hierarchically differentiated, brutal, and violent. It is pseudo-natural, tough, contradictory, crisis- prone, rich, and socially sustained” (Donaldson 645). Based on male dominance, it resembles “an economic and cultural force, and [is] dependent on social arrangements.” (645).
So the NBA had and have much more superstar players. That’s because their better and are more exciting to watch. So pretty much the NBA has, had and will have much better players than Soccer does or
In David Fincher’s, dramatic film “Fight Club”, Fincher develops satire to explain the masculinity of the main characters throughout the movie. Being masculine and or having masculinity, means qualities traditionally ascribed to men, as strength and boldness. Typically, men are seen to be strong, able to fight, have a large frame, and or be fearless. Men such as Arnold Schwarzenegger and Chuck Norris are seen to society as Masculine men. However, some develop their masculinity later than others.
Machismo, meaning strong masculine pride is highly normalized in Colombia’s society in Chronicle of a Death Foretold. Men were found more dominant than women and considered the superior group. Masculinity was held to such a high expectation and came from every man. If not, the public eye wouldn’t view that man the same. He would be considered less of a man and less dominant opposed to other men.
Concrete and tangible as the trait for masculine words represent males are more reliable, important, and capable. Therefore, males become the leader and center of the society. Females tend to be marginalized like those abstract feminine words, which we barely able to touch. However, abstract things are as important as concrete things. Could it be said that history is less valuable than diamond?