Also not trying to be someone else because a hero knows they can’t be anybody else they can only be themself. The idea is a hero is not a person who has super power but is a regular person like you and me, and they know who they are and are proud of them
Odysseus was all around, irresponsible. In conclusion, Odysseus is not the archetype hero people claim him to be. Odysseus shows characteristics of irresponsibility, unloyalty and pride. Odysseus falls short of what people claim an archetype hero to be.
A hero doesn't allow you to do dangerous things, or go out in the dark alone, and a hero definitely doesn't make it to where you're feeling even worse on your off days. Heroes are supposed to be people who are here for you, so if they made sure that they said mean things to you when you were already hurt, they don't fit the description of a typical hero. Heroes aren't supposed to make sure you are having a bad day, they're supposed to help you out of them. Heroes aren't the type of people who pick on you and call you names, they're specifically meant to make sure that you are getting help if you are getting picked on or bullied. My sister IS what I call a hero.
The last virtue, is honor. Even villains could have courage, and be loyal to their cause. But what sets them apart from heroes is their lack of honor. Bilbo Baggins, of Bag End, was not one often thought of when one thinks of a hero. People with super strength, or speed, or both are often what come to mind.
Alexander III of Macedonia inherited an empire that included the kingdom of Macedonia and the city-states of Greece. He was a very cruel and harsh leader. Almost immediately, Alexander set out to conquer the Persian Empire. He achieved his dream when he was 30 but then died a few years later. Alexander is one of the most famous people in history.
They are role models, but for the most part, not in possession of heroic qualities. Policeman and fireman are at times classified as heroes. Until they prove themselves they are there just ordinary people. If a people are always worried about themselves then how are they supposed to influence others?
Stop white people 2k16 There is no such thing as reverse racism, or any other form of reversed oppression. While an African American man can be just as prejudiced as a white man, African Americans cannot be “just as racist as white people” because they do not hold political, economical, and institutional power. Yes.
There were no reasonable doubts about his innocence. The only logical answer seems to that, this is not a case of one man’s innocence rather the bias of someone involved in this case. Adnan’s freedom was forestalled due to this unknown because of one man’s story and one phone call from a phone log. This evidence should not have been the cause of a conviction, and should not be keeping an innocent man lock away behind bars. Adnan is innocent and should currently be a free
I believe the proles are representative of the general public in today’s society due to the fact that in terms of class we make up a lower rung in comparison with the government and others wealthy with power. I highly doubt there will ever be a rebellion because we as individuals are not viewed as dangerous per se and even so, it is not that difficult to brainwash the masses as seen throughout history. This idea also ties into ignorance and our tendencies to turn a blind eye to the rest of the world. With this said, I believe that we can be compared to the unconsciousness of the proles. We are formally
We keep hearing about the so-called fake news out there, so we all have to be careful about where we get our information. To some people, fake news is not anything more than the news they do not agree with nor does it validate what they already believe. There is a difference, of course, between fake and facts, facts that you do not necessarily like or want to agree with, but this does not make it fake.
However, there is an absence of clear evidence showing the the results of hate speech bans and connection between hate speech and harms such as discrimination, social exclusion, and violence in stable democracies. Also, these laws are ineffective and can be counter productive. It is not clear that these laws have done any good or prevented any harm. The benefits of punishment are not obvious. This uncertainty is not strong evidence to justify constraining a fundamental human right such as freedom of expression.