Many would see V as a hero due to the fact that he is trying to free a country and its civilians from an oppressive government. Majority would argue that his goal is a righteous one. On the contrary, V’s goal is heavily flawed and misguided. V seeks to give freedom, but while doing this he never gives the people of England a choice in the matter. In V for Vendetta, V tortured Evey, pushing her until she would adopt his point of view.
His rebellion shows that his character is smart, strong and prefect, but also eaten up by power, he didn’t think before he went to the studio and that led him to getting shot. His queen to was shot because of this, but his rebellion was for everyone’s freedom, their real freedom. In all honesty there should be another story where a different person comes that does this but thinks before he does. Maybe someday this story can be continued, but who can say it will, it could be said that what happens in the story will happen in 2081. so was his rebellion good or bad, honestly its your, the readers decision on that. In a society like in 2081, most people wouldn’t find it very acceptable, they want to be the best they can possibly be but in 2081 you can’t, you can’t be creative at all so Harrisons rebellion is very
He accused Mister Robinson of raping his daughter because he saw him doing something with his daughter, but he did not hear Tom’s side of the story he only wanted to think in his own way. He used his preconceptions about black people to judge the black man, even if the man was innocent. I would never accuse an innocent man if I knew he was innocent, but if I knew he was guilty I would take him to court in the hopes of him being locked up for the rest of his
Despite the fact that Zaman jeopardizes the lives of a percentage of the youngsters, he ensures a lot of people all the more by running the shelter. Thoughts regarding absolution penetrate The Kite Runner. Hassan's activities show that he pardons Amir's disloyalty, in spite of the fact that Amir needs to use essentially the whole novel to look into the way of absolution. Baba's treatment of Hassan is his try at getting open Acquitting for what he has not regardless uninhibitedly admitted to have done. Yet the person who speaks most influentially about the method for pardon is Rahim Khan.
Freedom is the right to do what you want, is right to live where you want, is right to choose the religion that you want and freedom is right to eat, learn, drink what you want. There is one thing that limits our freedom: someone else’s freedom. According to a Boğaziçi University student Arda Seyhan, “We can live free by respecting other people’s freedom. We are living in a community which we all need people around us, we can not just ignore other’s freedom and do what we want to do for our freedom.” We should consider other people's rights. The main idea of freedom is to be respectful and helpful to the community.
By examining in Gandhi’s fight for India’s independence, non-violent protesting, and his moral courage costing him his life, it is clear that he was a beautiful and courageous man, that fought for what he believed in. Gandhi’s first act of moral courage was “standing up and fighting for India’s independence, despite the threats from certain groups of people that were against Gandhi’s movements and beliefs” (How did Gandhi). For example, Gandhi left his home country to try and change the perspective of the people of color instead of letting it drag him down, even though his elders did not agree with his decision (How did Gandhi). Even though Gandhi has not once been to South Africa he decides to go just to change the opinions of the people on what color means. The second reason was he felt that people that were lacking in moral courage were a danger to themselves and society.
Imagine if everyone around you is fixed on one belief and believes that any other idea is wrong because someone or something says otherwise. This actually happened to a man named Bertram Cates. He believed in a proposition other than God making mankind, which went against Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution and how humanity evolved from mammals. Bertram taught this theory in his class even though it was prohibited and labeled a crime. Briefly, he went to trial for the “crime” he committed.The play Inherit the Wind by Robert E. Lee and Jerome Lawrence is about the importance of freedom of thought, fixed mindsets and reveals that everyone with a fixed mindset should take into consideration of others' ideas which is called a growth mindset.
While one may not be totally free, Stoppard seems to say that, that is a good thing. People are given freedom in how they live within limitations and that is what is important. The ability to seize the moments of freedom is important and to make sure one takes full advantage of
Not an old Uncle, but a strong young Negro man. No code mattered to her before she broke it, but it came crashing down on her afterwards," (pg. 208). Atticus helped Tom Robinson even though his life and the lives of his children were threatened and he was able to get the judge to consider letting Tom go free. Atticus is treated poorly because the actions he chooses to take go against the cultural norms of his society.
He is willing to do anything to try to protect his ideals, even if that requires him to kill a man. The violent act does nothing though, as it becomes evident that people have accepted the Western lifestyle against Okonkwo’s desire: “He knew that Umuofia that would not go to war. He knew because they let the other messengers escape,” (Achebe 189). If the population had not let the other messengers escape, then it would mean that they did not prefer to be Christians and preferred to have control over the land again, instead of the British government having control. That was not the case which means that they had accepted the newly introduced ideals
Atticus took a very selfless stand for equality by defending Tom Robinson. First example of Atticus taking a stand for equality is on page 202 when he didn’t leave Tom alone with the lynch mob. Atticus said to the mob, “you can turn around and go home again.” Quote shows Atticus taking a stand for equality because he was preventing the mob from taking Tom away to hang him. Atticus wanted Tom to have a fair trial. If Atticus let the mob take away Tom to hang him, Tom wouldn’t have a trial.
People believe they are happy due to the conditioning from the government. They received unethical conditioning from Hatchery and Conditioning Centres in order to conform into being content in their government produced lives. The novel explains that people think they are happy but they are really just content, which is not the same as happiness. By not being exposed to the rises and falls of live they do not experience true human life. John, the savaged learn this from Shakespeare’s The Tempest, which is a form of art that is illegal in The World State.
The meaning of life is whatever we choose it to be. We are in control of given our life meaning, it 's all a matter of perspective. If you decided you want to live your life a certain way and that way makes you happy, then you 're given your life meaning. The meaning of life to me is just to live a healthy, happy, honest lifestyle. A life I can look back at and feel proud of.