Imagine this: you are living in a discriminatory world full of people who do not understand you, and choose to judge you by your differences instead of getting to know you. If you are even the slightest bit different. The slightest distance from ordinary, you are judged. You do not get to fight for them to know you, because as soon as they place stereotypes on you. They decide who you are supposed to be.
The world is comprised of irrationality and meaninglessness even though humans seek order and purpose. This paradox, known as the Absurd, defines the human condition. In the face of the Absurd, one may live like the comforters and act in Bad Faith. The comforters cling to the idea that their world functions rationally. Consequently, they falsely define Job as a sinner in accordance with their logic and deny their own inherent ability to create their own moral code.
Therefore, when Equality 7-2521 goes out on his own, it is seen as a sin and or crime. There are many struggles and hardships throughout the story. Moreover, the root to all the problems is solely based upon the fact that he is living in a collectivist society. Collectivism is defined as, the practice or principle of giving a group priority over each individual in it. In the dystopian society
If you base your moral standards off everyone else’s, even when in truth you think in a different way, then in the eyes of an existentialist, you have been degraded and reduced to an object. “We must act and judge in ways that do not violate the actually existing solidarity of mankind” (Bruehl 193). The main protagonist in Albert Camus’ the Stranger, ends up being sent
During the Great Depression the unemployment rates were at 25%, which is extremely high for that time, and the rates for the Great Recession was 9% which is comparable to then because there are more people in the world than there was at the time of the Great Depression. This unemployment rate affect many people causing them to lose their job and find new work even though it was hard due to the economy being bad and this makes things get worse and a worse till something comes along and changes the outcomes. Also both of the declines in the economy had warning signs that either the government or people who knew the stock market backwards and forwards knew that something bad was about to happen and there was no way to fix it because it had already gone too far in the hole for them to fix it without having a catastrophe of some sort. Although
The resources on the earth remain constant in spite of the mushrooming growth of the population. In view of this, the capability to sustain the development today has become a great challenge to mankind. The birth rate (fertility), death rate (mortality), and the migration (immigration and emigration) of people in the country are primary influences that cause the fluctuations of people in an area. Population data is provided from the national level to smaller area that is country (Malaysia), state, strata, administrative district, district, Local Authority Area (LAA), Parliament and State Legislative Assembly (DUN). Malaysia is ranked 44th most populated countries in the world.
What pushes an outsider to be an outsider? How do they get to point where they are labeled an outsider? It’s the judgment. Outsiders become an outsider because they are constantly getting misjudged. You can only become an outsider from someone 's opinion on them and them taking it the wrong way causing them to think they are weird.
You already know that racism is treating somebody as if they are less than equal. So why would someone want to do that? Simple, because they believe that people are not all truly equal. They believe to the bottom of their hearts that they or their race are better than others. They are stuck up people.
Incarceration rates have skyrocketed over the last forty years-- which could be interpreted as good or bad. There have been many questions surrounding incarceration directly being linked to a drop in crime rate: both positive and negative. One pair of economical authors, Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner, approached this concept from a mostly-positive outlook: the high incarceration rate was responsible for one-third of the crime drop in the 1990’s (123-124). The authors use high incarceration rate along with innovative police strategies, plummet of the crack market, and aging in the population to make a base argument of reasons for crime drop; however, the main argument they utilize is the legalization of abortions (Levitt and Dubner 120-121,
Today, this issue is due to many more reasons than the dust bowl ruining many things. Focusing on America, our population has grown insanely high since the “dirty thirties”. While population has risen, so have prices. The price on many, many products have gone up in the last decade, making people with a lower pay struggle with living. It’s crazy how many people are unemployed in the US right now and with people believing there will be an 80% stock market crash in 2016, things could only get worse.