One of which being that members of the system may view them as suspicious because they do not usually do not partake and predictable behavior however Simmel notice a huge advantage of the stranger. Simmel said that on the stranger is not radically committed to unique ingredients and particular tendencies of the group and therefore approaches
One reason why noncomformity is not another way in conforming is because they have the different background meanings. They both have to do with following the rules but one of them means to dissagree with the rules or law. Nonconformity is to break or dissagree with the rules or laws which is a bad thing in some situations. Conforming is to follow
Just by denying others the better treatment you would be violating other individual rights of dual process. The court system wouldn’t be equal and fair as promised by dual process. That is how having the “uniqueness” thinking error can mess with individual rights. How having the same thinking error can affect the public order is on the extreme end of consequences, it could lead to favoritism among those people with the criminal thinking errors. In societies perspective favoritism coincidentally, is not favored.
While ethical relativism has its advantages because it could create a peaceful society, that is not always the case. Relativism does not accept that certain moral values are universal. Just because cultures differ, that does not mean there are no moral values and norms, like murder or child abuse. Determining what is morally right or wrong is an difficult thing, and each individual has a different belief about it. So, by allowing everyone to follow their own moral code, it could lead to chaotic society.
One point of view may be inferior depending on the situation but this is not always constant, and both should be considered to develop the most informed understanding. To fully consider both views, “we must start with no prejudice for or against either kind of looking” (Lewis 2). Prejudice will create false interpretation of a viewpoint which also results in
Although some may argue that law is imperfect and there are instances in which the law is incomplete or otherwise non-ideal and therefore must be broken in some fashion at some point. I strongly disagree. By violating the law, you jeopardize the very power you seek to obtain. If the law is not good enough for those in power to follow,
Logotherapy is a more subjective form of therapy which differs from Freud’s psychoanalysis, but its significance should not be ignored. Even though many doubt Logotherapy’s viability due to its philosophical nature, Logotherapy could be a
364-365). Raz also draws critique against Rawls’ choice of words, because it is unclear whether Rawls is advocating that civil disobedience means having the right to do something, compared to doing the right thing (Raz, p. 160). One often legally has the right to do something, but that does not mean it is the just thing to do. This interpretation suggests that although civil disobedience can be justified, society does not have a right to it. In contrary, sometimes in order to do justice, a person will not have the legal right to do something necessary.
A victim of a crime who doesn 't know they 're a victim. In itself the sentence seems like nonsense and yet at the same time it makes sense entirely. A repressed memory is one heck of a way to ignore the traumatic events set behind someone, a coping method that will inevitably falter is still one to get past the initial shock. Alongside the various other reasons you 've listed, it seems pretty obvious that some things are more apparent than others when it comes to criminal activity. Victimization isn 't always easy to discern, especially if it 's happened for prolonged periods of time or if it occurred in an area where it 's not nearly as taboo within the environment.
This shows that even though some books can be interpreted as controversial and even be called “satanic,” it does not mean the author necessarily meant the book to be that way. In the article “‘Harry Potter’