He understands his lack of control and how susceptibility to humanness could be controlled by a rationale equaling the rationale of God, the divine true code. The knowledge of the Divine true Code without the love and morality holding man back from excess would allow him to be master of the causality chain. Iago is perfectly capable of understanding the workings of other minds but at no point does he show compassion for any. He is evil for its own sake which makes him the true antithesis. He regards the very human as erroneous and “foolish” as he constantly addresses his wife.
He refuses to lose his honor by confessing to a crime that he did not commit and will not allow his lie to go on public display:“Because it is my name! … Because I lie and sign myself to lies”(Miller 1232). His main concern is preserving his reputation and he is willing to undergo any punishment in order to feel like he has done so. He would rather be hanged than have the community think that he is a dishonest man. John Proctor is willing to rebel against the community officials in order to be at peace with himself: “Is the accuser always holy now?
If Creon had honored the Gods, he would have had a genuine life. "Since apparently the laws of the gods mean nothing to you.”(Prologue, line 60), Creon 's order was to hinder anyone from burying Polyneices, but because of that, he is breaking the God 's law. Creon thinks of himself as a King higher than the Gods. “Polyneices, I say, is to have no burial.”(Scene 1, line 39). Creon is placing his decree higher than the God’s because he knows that his city will try to act on their principal and listen to the God’s law.
Brainwashed, Equality believed his gift of intelligence to be a curse of selfishness, and additionally tried to give up what makes him special to fit into what society believes is correct. Ayn Rand 's novel, The Fountainhead, states, ¨Man’s first duty is to himself. His moral law is never to place his prime goal within the persons of others. His moral obligation is to do what he wishes, provided his wish does not depend
The most important aim of the king is to achieve the common goals and well-being of the state. He had set various solutions in the case of tyranny which includes obedience and duty. He believed that it’s the duty of the ruler to have obedience to his political authority which he has derived from god and such power will cease to exist if the king does not do his duty of obedience. Tyranny is born if the king abuses his power or if the title given to him was not within his capabilities and skills. He drew a conclusion saying that if a tyrant uses violence to attain authority, then a person who kills the tyrant to free himself and his state will be praised and rewarded for his act.
People would be afraid to go against the prince as it would be seen as an act against God and they wouldn’t want to invoke God’s wrath so they will follow the prince. Domat believed that it was vital for a country to have a government or someone in charge in order to have stability in the country, that is how he justifies his need of giving certain people (e.g. Kings) authority over others. He stated that “since all people do not do their duty and some…commit injustices, for the sake of keeping order… all enterprises against this order must be repressed: which was possible only through authority given to some over others, and which made government necessary”. This shows that Domat believed that it was essential to give some people authority over others in order to run a country smoothly, otherwise, if there was no one at the top governing the people then people
His speech is not simply aided by the frightful connotations held with each word, but by the objective nature of his statements. Edwards speaks not from personal view, but from the view of a spiteful God forced to gaze upon the state of His creation. The omission of phrases such as “I believe” or other personal statements places the central focus upon God rather than Edwards himself. Despite his reputation as a gifted, educated minister, an audience of anxious colonists is likely to fear God in a manner which cannot be held towards a mere human being. By speaking instead for God Himself when Edwards declares, “Men’s hands cannot be strong when God rises up”, a superstitious audience is left petrified with distress.
He must realise that the people are usually touchy on both these things. He is sure to be hated if he touches any one of them. No friends or foes, a Prince must realise that for the state there are no permanent friends or enemies. Accordingly, he should be on the look out of an opportunity to his advantage and should not miss it under any circumstances. A friend of today can become a foe of tomorrow as well.
Catholics, for instance, look to their pope for direction. The pope is taken a gander at as the main individual that could deliver the expression of God. The pope is even said to be reliable when inside of a sacred spot that conveys him closer to God. Adherents enjoy the expressions of this religious pioneer for the expression of their one God. This pioneer is taken a gander at as an inestimable wellspring of awesome learning and serves as a stage underneath God itself.
Moreover, during confession man must come to God in humility and meekness. The final stage offers that man must have complete faith that God will renew them. The Pope also blames the reliance on relativism to define sin. He asserts that this is Satan’s way to deaden the consciences of man such that they cannot tell between right and
“When men saw the Great Truth which is this: that all men are one and that there is no will save the will of all men together.” Equality 7-2521 lives in a world where the government bans all forms of individuality. For instance it is a sin to “think words no others think and to put them down upon paper no others are to see.” Equality was born with a curse “It has always given us wishes which men may not wish. We know that we are evil, but there is no will in us and no power to resist it. This is our wonder and ur secret fear, that we know and do not resist.” Alternative sins that Equality or any other individuals cannot encompass maybe, “To be born with a head which is too quick. It is not good to be different from our brothers, but it is evil to be superior to them.” Equality is a much more intelligent individual than the students that he associates with in the Home of the Students.