Fact of the matter is that there are no new objections, you have hear them all before Now how do you handle objections, what are the rules, are there any ? First things first, you never win an argument by proving him wrong, even if he is. Even if you are right about pointing about something he has stated, which may not be true or right, you need to do it politely & softly. You cannot hurt his ego, pride, status, knowledge level and win it.
In conclusion, the Salem Witch Trials affected the little Puritan settlement of Salem, Massachusetts in several
Arthur Miller’s The Crucible is about the witch trials in ancient Salem, and how one girl’s love interest caused many people, including the one she loves, to be hanged due to being accused as a witch. Half Hanged Mary by Margaret Atwood is about Mary Webster, a woman accused of witchcraft and hanged for the crime, but managed to survive the night. In both of these texts there is evidence of a corrupted leadership. The Crucible has evidence of a corrupted leadership as found in act 4 scene 5, when the text states “Danforth: (in deep concern, raising a hand to Hathome) Pray you.
Hate is everywhere! Everywhere you turn there will always be people who hate you, your ideas, or everything. As a High School student, hate surrounds me in digital forms and physical forms. I see bullies in real life and homophobic people on my Twitter Timeline. They both share one thing in common: the first amendment.
He wrote a play called The Crucible where he had told the story of the Salem people who were bounded by the Devil. The Salem-town (nowadays Salem) situates in Massachusses state and during Witch Trails it was under the influence of Puritans church and traditions. In other words, The Crucible is the play about fears of social isolation and unknown, and how hysteria spreads fast among people. The most notable character of the play is Abigail Williams.
Guilt's Effect on the Town of Salem, Massachusetts The Crucible by Arthur Miller, is a play based off the 1692 Salem Witch Trials. The play was first published in 1952, the first performance of The Crucible was in 1953. The play is a dramatized story of the true events that happened in Salem, Massachusetts. The Crucible, focuses on the inconsistencies of the Salem Witch Trials and the extreme behavior that results from twisted desires and hidden agendas.
The Salem Witch Trials accusing others of a feared crime showed definite evidence that mass hysteria was to blame. Salem was a religious settlement, following Puritan beliefs (Miller, 6). A large fear for everyone in Salem was the touch of the Devil (Miller, Arthur). According to Puritan beliefs, if a man or woman was touched by the Devil he would convince them to do witchcraft. Once word was mentioned the Devil had possibly touched Salem, the fear spread.
The Crucible written by Arthur Miller is a play that expresses the life of the Puritans within Salem, Massachusetts around 1692. The Puritans had a very strict sort of lifestyle that was influenced by their religious views. This caused a theocracy-based town that had no tolerance for witches or God’s enemy -- Satan. When people were accused of being a witch, hysteria would plague the town; many innocent lives would be taken in attempts to ‘cleanse’ the town of any sign of the Devil. Arthur Miller had the Puritan way of life (and their belief system) extremely accurately; the play connects extremely well to what actually happens.
It explains how in Salem being a “witch” or being accused of one is terrible and that the only way towards liberation was lying or admitting to witchcraft, which saved them from being executed. Modern society now views witchcraft and wizardry as intriguing and mysterious, instead of satanic. We have entire franchises that revolve around the idea of
• Audi alterm partem – hear the other party. NEMO JUDEX CAUSA SUA: Rule against bias. No one should be made a judge in his own cause. Bias means a favoured judgement in favour of a party regarding an issue. Rule against bias flows from two principles: • No one should be a judge in his own cause • Justice should not only be done but manifested and undoubtedly be seen to be
He again uses pathos to try and persuade the colonist to fight for their independence. On page seven lines thirteen through fourteen he says "Such a power could not be the gift of a wise people, neither can any power, which needs checking, be from God". Paine wants the colonist to understand that no wise person would ever want to be ruled by a monarchy. He says "[no] power, which needs checking, [could] be from God", because if the subjects have to watch your every move to make sure you do not mess up your doing something wrong. Therefore the colonist will stop being loyal to the
It is mistaken law that leads you to sacrifice. Life, woman, life is God 's most precious gift; no principle, however glorious, may justify the taking of it” (Act 4, 132). In fact, Hale doesn’t suggest Elizabeth to use religion to get Proctor to confess, but rather just a simple word of telling him to survive. In conclusion, Reverend Hale finds that going against the court is obligation that is needed to be done because no one has done that and the society needs rebellion
We know he is a man of God and would not put himself in a position of being with someone who deals with the devil, because he would not want to cross the line any more than he already has with you. Whereas if you tell him the truth, Proctor may shame you but he will find you truthful rather than someone who does the Devil’s
Character Analysis In the Crucible, by Arthur Miller, Deputy Governor Danforth is the least looked up to character. Danforth thinks he is better than others. He shows no mercy for others and is not considerate of anyone’s feelings. Danforth is very full of himself.
Deputy Governor, Danforth is ignorant to the fact that he believes he is the voice of God. He believes the people of Salem should not fear the court because the court is guided by God, so therefore there will be no corruption or unfair ruling. This thoughts is a lie and shows how much of an ego Danforth has. Even though the people he has found guilty and condemned are innocent, Danforth fails to see that this whole trial is fraud.