This group of people are being discriminated and humiliated in their country causing them to be forced to leave their society. They are not being treated equally as others. This shows that the society treat different groups of people differently causing problems to arise. It also shows that the society does not have inclusiveness. There is no way that we can have an inclusive society with people having to be excluded from the society due to their
The typical mindset and nasty behaviour of people castaway transgender community from the society.Unfortunately even educated people do not consider them with respect and abuse them.The transgender people are facing harassment and violence in all fields of life.They are shunned by family, not allowed to live with normal communities, deprived of basic rights, harassed and not legally protected. The hardship of transgender people starts from rejection by their family.They are considered a sign of shame and disgrace, usually marginalized to live in with their own kind often in extreme poverty.I often , wondered how one can be called respectable after throwing their own child to wolves.How can honorable people abandon a human being, their own children to face the ridicule, hatred, discrimination and violence of the society.
As far as I concerned, there is nothing of a so-called individual justice, but this is opposite to state certainly that social justice do not exist as well. Social justice by definition is “a concept of fair and just relations between the individual and society.” (Wikipedia). This should be broken down into smaller part that contributes to the society: individual. Individual is not born fair. For instance, there have been numerous industrious students who live in harsh places, suffering from natural disasters like those in Central Area of Vietnam that they live constantly on the verge of losing equipment for studying or even their family members.
Vital aspects of state formation include centralization of governance and the standardization of certain cultures (Hague and Harrop, 2010). However, creation and preservation of united society are especially challenging in culturally and ethnically diverse states. Conflicts arise from the clashing interests of the numerous cleavages of the society. Various groups therefore desire to break- up from the state in the pursuit of self-determination and self-rule. Secessionist groups arise from a particular minority group (e.g.
Ayn Rand once said, “Collectivism holds that the individual has no rights, that his life and work belong to the group (to ‘society’, to the tribe, the state, the nation) and that the group may sacrifice him at its own whim to its interest.” In Ayn Rand’s novella, Anthem, she depicts an anonymous, communist city in which no individual has any rights, they only exist for their “brothers”. Equality 7-2521 is a very venturesome and curious character that wants nothing more than to be an individual and live with no limits. The complication with Equality 7-2521 wanting to be his own individual is the rules and controls that comes with his collectivist society. In Anthem, it is a law that men and women should not speak or think of eachother. The book states, “And we take no heed of the law which says that men may not think of women, save at the Time of Mating” (Rand 41).
PAPER ARENDT KISMI GİRİŞ The human rights discourse suggest that a human has rights, based solely on the fact that (s)he is a human. (Alıntı yap birinden)? According to Hannah Arendt, the condition of the stateless and refugees beginning from the end of the First World War show us explicitly the paradox of this discourse, for the refugees had no rights precisely because they were merely human, and had nothing else to hold on. They were not citizens, thus stateless, which meant that they had no rights. In this paper, the paradox of human rights will be discussed from a Arendtian perspective, and it will be argued that a solution to this paradox can be found only and foremost with deconstructing what a human and politics mean, following Agamben’s
As so far whatever and in whichever religion, culture, the tradition we believe is true. In every situation, we all look different way, and the knowledge of being right or wrong never applies to moral beliefs. Cultural moral relativism, it varies from culture to culture, all cultures are equally important, and there is not a single culture which whom we can say is better than any other. And it depends on that finally there is no standard of good or bad. So, every decision regarding right and wrong is the result of society.
Poor people are unknown of their lack of voice, power, and rights, which leads them to exploitation. A poor person being unable to take part in social and cultural norms leads to breakdown of social relation among the people. Poverty is mainly seen in developing and under developed nations like Nepal, Bangladesh etc. More than 25% of the population in Nepal still lives below the poverty line. All the poor countries are facing serious effects of poverty which need to be solved.
In one way or the other, all want to rise above their current status. However, it was not so easy in the society they lived in. Harsh conditions of low class people never made them capable enough to acquire social mobility. As a result, they faced mental defeat also referred to as