Hedonism in Khushwant Singh’s I Shall Not Hear the Nightingales
The word "hedonism," is derived from the Greek word “hedone”. This term means existing and acting in ways that mean you get as much joy out of life as possible. To make it still simple, a hedonist is a one who attempts to maximize the sum pleasure. As a theory of value, hedonism states that all and only pleasure is inherently valuable and all and only pain is inherently not valuable. Both physical and mental phenomena are included.
Generally, only pleasure or pain is a trigging force which motivates a living being. Philosophers commonly distinguish between two categories of hedonism the one is psychological hedonism and the other is ethical hedonism. Psychological hedonism is…show more content… The vision of his ingenious mind is fundamentally a comedy and not a tragedy. The mission of the man in bulb is, in many ways as novelist, short story writer, historian, essayist, columnist, journalist, editor, have been the gradual achievement in hunt of identity. He was also a member of parliament from 1980 to 1986. It is very difficult to write about him or his works without a smattering of the three-letter word “Sex”. He is a product of the west and the east but he is a typical Sikh and an Indian by heart. Comparing to most of his contemporaries he lead a perfectly ordered life that revolves around writing prolifically and meeting people…show more content… Sher singh, son of Buta Singh, is a student had more friends. Being the only son Sher Singh had been pampered in his childhood and allowed to have his own way in his adolescence. One fine day friend’s request he pulls the trigger of a gun and the bullet hit a “Sarus Crane”. A cloud of feathers flew up and the bird fell in the mud. Sher Singh was very happy of his accurate shooting. For the sake of adventure and fun he enjoyed using his father’s official jeep and the gun which was given for war purpose by the English government. He was happy in getting popular among friends. Sher Singh formed a team with his cronies against the British government, furthermore, implemented uniform and discipline among his followers. Later, he became the leader for the