He tried to do the best he could with what God gave him. He should get a nice raise for trying so hard.” This influences the story because it seems that because they are so equal, even if they just only try they still get credit for it. A main similarity is that people who are astute wear (0:0) handicaps and those who were idiotic didnt have to wear handicaps. This impacts the story because it shows you how different 2081 is compared to 2017 people are now expected to be equal and no one can be who they want to be, if they express themselves without following the rules they are required to have handicaps on or if they’re naturally smart, and pretty they threaten the rule of being “equal.” A other similarity is that he choose a ballerina to dance with him in the movie and the story ( 13:52) this is important to the story because they are trying to show everyone that a life without handicaps can express their true self and without performance with the ballerina they wouldnt be able to give that example to the
On the other hand being a bystander or being neutral is letting thousands of innocent lives die at your hands. This inaction by the decisions of a country influences people to deem their self interests more important than the unity and prosperity of the human race as a whole. Neutrality is a very hard decision and can have a number of different impacts both positive and negative, which is highly controversial but neutrality should not be used as a decision for a country.
The world is not prepared for the form of government. America is not united and will break away easily if the government decides to change, and other countries will take advantage of their weakness. Little issues like feminism, no wi-fi, colds, and other first world problems break up the nation. If something this dramatic was to happen, there is no way anybody could invasion the catastrophe it could create. The population would have no chance against a whole government and their enforcers.
If Mr. Bucket, the attorney, used duty-based ethics he would not bride the judge in order to win the case for his client. Under the religious ethical standard he would not pay the judge off because even though the act may seem fair the act is not justifiable and is immoral. This would be just like Robin Hood who is still seen as a theif eventhough he was redistrubution the wealth to those who needed it more. Furthermore, Bucket would also say no because of kantian ethics. To use this form of ethics one must ask, if everyone bribed the judge to win their case how would it affect our justice system?
Living in a country so heavily dominated by the rich, powerful, and famous, it would seem pointless to embark on any journey without being guaranteed these roles. However submitting to the power of the system does not guarantee you anything. In fact it is very much the opposite. Those who choose to carve their own roads and to create and imagine can end up beating the system and coming out on top, or they can be pulverized by the shear force which it contains. These people 's lives have been ruined because they went against the current and were not willing to let it push them.
People also overlook their capability to resolve issues; many believe they are not influential enough, but in reality, working together is the most effective form of opposition to the government. Today, several conflicts in society could easily be fixed if every individual
Heroes, people say don't be them, because it risks your life and it is not worth it, you don’t get paid, you don’t get powers, you're just you by the end of the day and do something some people call dumb. But being a hero is not just Rafael at a fair to become one, to be one is to do what’s right even when everyone is not. Do it for the better of life, not for glory, but for anything that drives you to keep going. All heroes are different, but also the heroes come from the same roots about how they do what they do. We are going to dig deep into that reason why soon.
The primary obstacle in the way of creating a genuine utopia for the inhabitants of that universe is violent conflict (but then there wouldn’t be too many episodes to air). If they manage to achieve peace and harmony, then the Star Trek universe would offer a truly utopic environment for most people. However, if utopia is judged as an ideal society for all its citizens, then Star Trek would still fall short. This is due to individuals like Offenhouse who are not content with having enough or more than enough and aspire for more. This craving is inherent in Offenhouse; his desire for money and power is actually a game for him, not a means to an end but rather the end itself.
Equality is an ideal in which many people believe is worth fighting for. But it is indeed a dangerous goal to achieve both physically and mentally. In the story “Harrison Bergeron”, equality shifts to torture in which the beautiful must hide their beauty, and the intelligent must have their thinking to be disrupted. The result of this quest is disastrous and the land is filled with slow people, therefore there is no variety in the community. Equality is achieved, but at the price of freedom.
At first, they will fight this with all they can, which means that they will not spend any money in such activities. The older generation still feels that the idea of international products is better than local ones, and those who have the financial capacity to travel abroad will do so, because it is a drastic change in the culture and would require extensive marketing to get the citizens to believe in local entertainment and domestic tourism. Then it will require citizens who are religiously conservative to be more accepting of the changes that are