Religion allows an escape that takes away our evil around us that solves the greatest mystery feeling such as fear. Since we don't have answers to these theological questions,our worships and rituals help create civilization in a part of our life. Since Rushdie states that religion doesn’t allow us to reach our full potential because of birth control, sexuality and STD’s. Religion is that exact reason to believe, simply because faith is the ultimate way to keep going throughout your day to day life. Rushdie states “ as a result of this faith, by the way, it has proven impossible, in many parts of the world, to prevent the human race number from swelling alarmingly”.
For this reason, Victor’s actions seem to be motived by both ethical and unethical justification; however, throughout the novel it is clear that the unethical justifications far outweigh. Victor’s creation of the creature seems to be driven by multiple motives. He conveys to the reader that his primary reason for the creation of the creature is for the, “foundations of future success” (Pg. 53). While it may initially appear that Victor’s attempts to create the creature are solely to benefit the scientific community as a whole, this is quickly proven to be nothing more than a mask for the unethical motives Victor truly is driven by.
Although Charlie’s intellect soared beyond specified predictions, the failure of the surgery, quite shocking for Charlie, was an uncontrollable variable! The doctors, opportunists could not rectify, remedy this traumatic outcome. Only Charlie, the genius, could analyze the surgery’s inherent problematic components. At this point Charlie did not regret the surgery, nevertheless he should not have been the experimental
Truth lies within the trite phrase that ignorance is bliss. When one is unaware of a bad circumstance, she cannot fixate on the event and let it get in her way. Yet, this human longing for bliss and perfection has caused society to increase its unconsciousness in a way that is so artificial that the shortcomings of modern society were able to be accurately predicted by an intelligent man, Aldous Huxley, in 1932. While the society he described strived for bliss, it descended into ignorance, and, in contradistinction to Aristotle's Theory of Identity, only shallow happiness was ultimately found. Although Huxley's Brave New World depicts a veneer of happiness, the busy and detached lifestyles of its citizens are revealed to be inconsequential.
Moreover, humanism only approaches the good side on growth and the achievements of humans by simply denying and does not attempt to prevent or make clear of the psychotic disorder. When it comes to supporting humanistic theories claims, the empirical evidence lacks. Academics, for example Maslow has widely criticized the same way because of the absence of scientific empirical evidenc. Strengths: Humanism gives importance to responsibility and individual choice which is one of the greatest strength. It appreciates fulfilment and personal ideas, therefore it satiesfies many people's understandings of what it is to be human.
It lacks understanding, and caring. It is insincere and does not effectively communicate. The troubled spirit is often filled with anger, disobedience, malice, and the willingness to revenge. The troubled heart cannot partake in sexual intercourse genuinely and freely. Such a heart is always frightened and tormented by anything.
He cannot seem to understand these “children blessed with too much self esteem” (45). The normality of the ignorant behavior that has been perceived by Billy is accurately described. For many, it takes partaking in a similar situation in order to practice empathizing rather than pity. But “no amount of lecturing will enlighten them as to the state of pure sin toward which war inclines”
Goodman Brown still appears to have confidence in his own particular good convictions, yet he has lost his confidence in whatever remains of the world to hold these convictions. Goodman Brown 's own particular absence of confidence on the planet has made him unforgiving on the grounds that he accepts no one but malevolence can be sired from detestable and there is nothing that should be possible to transform it. As opposed to seeing the positive qualities in individuals and their activities and excusing their wrongdoings, Goodman Brown just dislikes them and trusts individuals to be fakers. In all reality, it is Goodman Brown who is the poser since he trusts he can condemn the individuals who sin, yet he doesn 't mull over his own particular sins. " 'You have heard however it was stated, "you might love your neighbor and detest your foe" 'yet I say to you, adore your foes, favor the individuals who revile you, do great to the individuals who detest you, and appeal to God for the individuals who angrily utilize you and abuse you, that you might be children of your Father in paradise; for He influences the sun to ascend on the malice and on the great, and sends rain on the only and on the unjustifiable '".
This plot, however, is widely criticized for bing too extreme and leaving no intermediate zone. The group of scientist, led by Grace, initially as the middle of the roaders, advocates negotiation as the best way to solve the problem, while later is turned down for being too idealistic and useless. However, can’t we really find a balance between spiritual and material, between technology and nature? This question is more worthy of attention than simply making a good/bad judgement. When different civilizations collide with each other, negotiation can still be a good idea, if more time is permitted, true communication and mutual understandings and respects are reached.
Those jokes are pointless, yet the person at the end of the joke has to question if it truly was a joke, or if there is actually something wrong with them. These kind of negative thoughts are planted like seeds into one’s mind and with every seemingly harmless joke, the he or she begins to slowly see his or herself as worthless. Everyone’s words hold value to another person, so do not speak unless the words coming out have merit and are fully meant. It is not difficult to think before speaking and to have respect for others. This concept of talk less, say more, has slowly disappeared in American culture and it is essential to being a decent human being.