Good And Evil In Lord Of The Flies, By William Golding

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Albert Einstein, a famous genius, once said, “The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don't do anything about it”. Throughout humankind history, individuals have been bickering about whether human nature is superior or wicked. Top scientist and writers have speculated whether we are good or bad. Humanity has looked to many divergent positions to solve this problem. Humanity has made regulations and religions that reassure people to be understanding and positive. However, when communities really investigate the dilemma it displays people become who they are established on how they we’re taught or what they learned in life.
From the beginning of humankind, people have been committing unacceptable misconduct against one another. Throughout wars, groups of citizens were tormented or put to death. Some examples include Vietnam War, My Lai Massacre, The Lord Of The Flies By William Golding and etc. After inspecting these events, you would wonder if people are really evil. Others think that people become evil because they are altered by their society or community. As a civilization, this controversy is compelling because understanding the root of …show more content…

Many experiments show that they learn it, it does not come naturally. A book called Lord Of The Flies, by William Golding has shown many examples of when human nature is excellent or dreadful. In the text it also states “ Henry was a bit of a leader this afternoon, because the other two were Percival and Johnny, the smallest boys on the island […]. Roger and Maurice came out of the forest […]. Roger led the way straight through the [sand] castles, kicking them over, burying the flowers, scattering the chosen stones. Maurice followed, laughing, and added to the destruction”. In addition to the text Rodger is a school yard bully whose power comes naturally, without rules who would put him in

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