In this play Hamlet used Deontology without even realizing it. In the beginning he was going to use teleology but then soon realized that it might be a trick and that he should do some investigating. Then in the end he finally realized that the spirit wasn't lying and that his uncle did do it. The reason that he is not insane is that he takes his time to kill his uncle. To conclude this essay the reasons that I used to prove that Hamlet went crazy was that Hamlet started talking to himself in his crazy voice, another reason is that he was the only one who could see the ghost in the bedroom scene.
He still would’ve been a noble solider of king Duncan and living his life happily. But yet they interfered revealing his future then he went on and tackled fate head first which was a huge a mistake. The obtain knowledge changed Macbeth and for the worse. He started to slowly go insane murdering innocents because they have interfered with his destiny. Wasn’t cautious about some of the prophecies the witches said because they didn’t sound realistic huge mistake which cause his death.
This is actually one of the reasons why Claudius is unable to punish Hamlet, because “Why to a public count I might not go, Is the great love the general gender bear him who, dipping all his faults in affection.” (4.7.20-21) The people favor Hamlet even after he wrongly murdered Polonius. Furthermore, Hamlet 's father returning as a ghost to tell Hamlet of Claudius’s crime, could convince any doubters of the validity of Hamlets claim. This does not happen however, and his whole revenge plan get everyone killed. Not only do innocent bystanders get killed, but also people Hamlet loves die. The most repulsing action though is Hamlet not taking responsibility for his actions.
Oedipus gets furious in light of the fact that Tiresias wIll not uncover the killer of Laius. It is extremely shrewd to utilize this scene to demonstrate Oedipus' temper since this side of him has not been appeared. In the event that they didn't demonstrate this scene, the group of audience/reader may not trust that Oedipus is equipped for the murder at the crossroads. It's like Tiresias makes Oedipus irate deliberately so the group of audience/reader makes sense of reality without him really saying it. W. J. Verdenius quotes, "Tiresias is at once a traditionalist and an exceedingly clever man."
While the chorus of men are unable to believe Cassandra due to the curse, the men are also ‘blind’ and do not suspect Clytaemestra of wanting to kill her husband. In the play of “Agamemnon”, the title character is metaphorically blind. He is unable to see that his actions have consequences that will affect him in the future. Due to his actions during the Trojan War, and his actions when he returns home, Agamemnon cannot foresee or prevent his own death. His death in turn causes a chain reaction that affects every major character in the play.
After cutting off Nancy’s tail he said “I sometimes wish niggers had tails.” Arch is a sociopath that has no care or concern for anybody else but himself. He does not care if he hurts human, animals, or anything. He does whatever he wants to do and has no sense of remorse for anything he does. Arch does not give enough rations to his sharecroppers, and lets almost them starve to death. When Lonnie's father got killed Arch had no sympathy for his death.
Claudius doesn’t confess and puts on quite a show during the murder scene that one would be puzzled as to why no one could see past his fake, friendly exterior. Claudius failing to confess just illuminates his truly malicious spirit. The ghost is also a character that sparks many questions within the play. Hamlet himself questioned whether the ghost was actually his father or the devil in disguise, trying to tempt Hamlet in committing a crime just as wicked as his step-fathers. However, Hamlet quickly dismisses that thought and convinces himself he needs to murder Claudius for revenge.
Shakespeare’s classic play, ‘Hamlet’, presents the titular young prince as he attempts to follow through with bringing his father’s killer to justice. However, Hamlet continually seems unable to do so. Despite the many opportunities’ presented to him, Shakespeare’s tragic hero never seizes them. A major reason for this is Hamlet’s fear of action which prohibits him from doing what he must. There are a multitude of factors that contribute and ultimately control this fear, including Hamlet’s fear of the consequences of his actions, his fear of being incorrect, and his fear of failure.
Despite the fact that Tybalt initiated the fight, Romeo did kill Tybalt with no need for self-defense. Although killing Tybalt was Romeo's intentions at the moment, his actions were not premeditated. In conclusion, the outcome of Romeo Montague's trial proves his is guilty of a violent crime. His defense was not strong enough reasoning and could not support Romeo’s claim of self-defense. The evidence presented to the jury gave a clear indication of no need for self-defense.
Furthermore, Ophelia is not royalty, so she is below Hamlet’s socioeconomic status, causing their relations to be all the more so scandalous in the eyes of the public. Clearly, Hamlet has no control over his emotions or patience pertaining to his willpower to wait to see if Claudius is truly guilty for his father’s death, regardless of if the play will be beginning shortly. Moreover, Hamlet refrains from taking a course of action that would be better suited to proving Claudius’s guilt, such as researching where he was at the time of the murder and finding any possible witnesses. On the other hand, this is understandable considering how it should be rather difficult for Hamlet to refrain from expressing his mental/emotional pain to some degree considering how these tribulations nearly drive him to
Because Perry feels repugnance for his actions, his morality reveals itself and shows his true character. Before Dick and Perry commit the murder, they have no pervious relation with the Clutter family. Truman pens, “The crime was a psychological accident, virtually an impersonal act; the victims might as well have been killed by lightning” (245). Because the Clutter family was chosen at random, the pernicious violence of Dick and Perry debuts. While Dick and Perry’s random violence emerges, the perpetrators’ abhorrent criminality surfaces alongside the innocence of the Clutter family.
Alai also demonstrates, through his refusal, that he doesn’t possess the same compliance with inflicting pain on others despite being Bernard’s best friend. This exhibits the grandness of their humanity for they both sacrifice their own selves to prevent the boy they just met from getting hurt. “ He hadn’t meant to kill the Giant. This was supposed to be a game. Not a choice between his own grisly death and an even worse murder.