The con to the argument presented by supporters of shaming penalties is that though they give numerous points to support their arguments these points are not evidenced based. The pro of the argument presented by opponents of shaming penalties is that they spoke of restoration for offenders and not to label them which may ruin their lives. The con of the argument presented by opponents of shaming penalties is that they like the supporters of shaming penalties lack empirical evidence to support their argument. I however support the shaming penalties though there are not enough evidence to prove its efficacy neither are there enough evidence to prove it is ineffective. Shame and embarrass is not an emotion many want to experience and to avoid shame people will not commit criminal activity as they do not want to be humiliated.
They view social media as a freedom of speech and so do not believe it should affect their profession. These individuals feel that having clients on their social media is not an issue. Others strongly believe that what you post directly reflects onto your profession and so you should be keeping your social media either very private or posting only professional and appropriate content. Those who feel this way often believe that posting photos that involve drinking makes the dental hygiene profession look poorly. It would come across as unprofessional and send the message to current as well as prospective patients they may have on their social media, that those who are working at that clinic are irresponsible.
This was a terrible moment in the book but it can be looked at in a good way. This is something that made Jonas leave the community and he probably wouldn 't have left if he didn’t see scenes like that. When he got the bad memories it seemed like there was no escape because he couldn’t be released. But he and The Giver found a better way and Jonas didn’t have to be killed or be trapped in the
However I did not agree with some of the sentiments of many people where they wanted to completely destroy the man who hunted Cecil. What he did was wrong, there was no question about t. He was wrong on all fronts, legally and also morally. However attacking him, or the absurd suggestions some were making will not bring back Cecil, so rather donating to charities that make an active effort in stopping these situations from happening is far more productive 2. What is the relationship between nature and “natural”? What do we mean when we refer to something as “natural” and why is this important?
When committing an act in Bad Faith one always has freedom to choose something else. However, in Bad Faith, one keeps these alternate possibilities out of mind in order to avoid the realization that we are more free than we say we are (Sartre: On Bad Faith, Youtube video). While Bad Faith is not literally lying to yourself but rather the act of subconsciously suspending freedom of choice. Ultimately, Bad Faith feels right because it lets one off the hook for making tough decisions and taking responsibility for one’s life. Living in Bad Faith is inauthentic and self-deceiving, for that reason it must be avoided to live a meaningful
It’s a very very sad event. A very very sad event, but that’s the way I view it.” This demonstrates another example of someone “pro-guns” saying, Guns don’t kill people- people do. Yes, weapons like guns do require human actions in order to harm, however, the problem is not whether or not guns can do any harm spontaneously. The issue is that guns provide a blisteringly simple way to fulfill the shooters aim. Therefore, yes, people do participate in ending other’s lives, but, without the dangerous weapon we would not need to worry as
As made apparent in “The Appetite as Voice”, there were certainly negative pressures about body image that had emerged “before there was Twiggy” (Joan Jacobs Brumberg). Clearly the media can not be to blame for all of the pressure that has an impact on one’s construction of their view on body image. Although it is apparent that the media has the power to pressure people to think differently about their body image, there is a finicky line between this being a negative or positive
Photography, as a means of protest, can be used merely as an interpretation of the world and as a vehicle for encouraging positive change. However, photography and the overuse of digital images becomes problematic when it gives someone an imaginary possession of a past that is artificial and prevents a person from experiencing
On the other hand the fact that he hypothetically copied Vermeer’s process leaves the viewer questioning if it was worthy of the title “art”. Although, if the audience has a different perspective the situation may be different. If it was well known that art was done in the way Tim implies it is done, then there would be no questioning. The fact that this process of using the Camera Obscura is new to the audience leaves many doubts. Everything Tim does throughout the film could also be considered the opposite of art as well, because there is this stigma with art, the audience has a hard time seeing Tim as an artist.
To compare you can even say it is a form of social media in a real world, if it was to be legal then they would have the freedom to draw or leave a viewpoint on certain matters. Art in general should be shown to everyone and it’s just how a persons viewpoint on something differ compared to others. The controversies surrounding graffiti art has led to its downfall and I certainly disagree to the fact that it should be illegal to posses a talent. Yes, there is the idea that the wall or that the property belongs to someone but there has to be a way to let the anger out on certain matters and art is the most peaceful way of doing it compared to mobs and riots. Throughout doing the research for this presentation I loved it to bits, as I always wanted to look at the insights of graffiti art.
The portrayal is kind of vague, but viewers still can be entertained by it still today. It is definitely for those who like new school art. Older folks tend to avoid it because they think it is vandalism. The art shows the image of propaganda onto the streets around them. It is a rebellion against the government and the rules they set.
If we knew everything that everyone in there did there could be some miniscule reason for each to be expelled, but they’re not. It is not the job of the Hall of fame to show the best people there was personality wise, but to show the players, this should be how it is, recognizing players for their skill and talent on the field, yet we are not letting a man perfectly talented enough join, for what, a few bets. No, I’m not trying to downplay the scandal, and I agree with the statement that what he did was morally wrong, but we should still recognize him. We should “lay out the fact and let people decide for themselves what was right and wrong” (Stark,
The difference with this particular accident was that it obviously was damaging enough to be published in a newspaper. By preponderance of the evidence against Mr. B he is guilty of elder neglect. According to the scenario, some psychologists might think that Dr. Y may be acting too early because no one has been harmed yet. Although, just because a someone has not been harmed yet does not justify that someone will not yet get hurt. One question for these psychologists would be: when should