According to Aristotle a tragic hero should have a hamartia, or tragic flaw that evokes emotions from the audience. He also said that a tragic hero should go through a peripeteia, or reversal of luck, and anagnorisis, a realization, due to this tragic flaw. After reading Antigone you can see that Creon fits every one of these categories. However, Antigone doesn’t experience the realization that she had detrimental flaws, or an anagnorisis. Overall, it is much more logical to say that Creon is who Sophocles intended to be the tragic hero of this
The film has a strong connection with Michelle Alexander’s book, “The New Jim Crow”. Where she explains how we as individuals may think we know how the system works. We only know so little based on what these media outlets say. That it is more than just that. Those who are on the inside know how these facilities operate.
Furthermore, Socrates uses Miletus statement in gods since both believe in daimonia consequently; the allegation of impiety holds no water (27a-d). Socrates arguments in his defense are effective due to the fact that he exposed the real corrupters of Athens youth. Socrates continues with the questioning of Meletus, he makes a point about corruption. He says that “if one, associates with corrupt people; then this corruption will eventually spread and you yourself will become corrupt”. So if you are corrupting the very people that you associate with, then eventually you will also become corrupt.
This idea, while having some kinks to work out has good intentions and would save numerous young livers in this kind of situation. The teachers carrying firearms would be trained and they would need to receive training often to keep their gun. They would also have their firearm locked somewhere in the classroom, the guns would remain locked up until a situation arose that made it necessary. With these features, this idea would be a way to dissolve a situation quickly and save the lives of the children in a school. Hunter Pollack, a brother of one of the Florida victims stated that if there had been “’a teacher who could go through discreet training to carry a firearm around his waist, it could’ve been a very different situation”(CNN
The following section will consider advantages and limitation of the first two mentioned types of digital forensics: Traditional (dead) and Live computer forensics. TRADITIONAL (DEAD) VS LIVE DIGITAL FORENSICS Traditional (Dead) Forensics In order forensic acquisition to be more reliable it must be performed on computers that have been powered off. This type of forensics is known as ‘traditional’ or 'dead ' forensic acquisition. The whole process of dead acquisition, including search and seizure flowchart and acquisition of digital evidence flowchart is shown on Figure 2 and Figure 3 respectively. During this process the investigators should carefully search for all forms of potential electronic evidence that they do have permission to take such as: USB (Universal Serial Bus) storage media, optical discs, mobile phones, tablets, laptops, SD (Secure Digital) and similar cards, NAS (Network-Attached Storage).
“Whatever my hands have touched has come to nothing. Fate has brought all my pride to a thought of dust,” are the last words in the play said by Creon. This statement shows that a powerful king of Thebes once had fallen apart. In the play “Antigone,” written by Dudley Fitts and Robert Fitzgerald as Antigone as the protagonist and Creon as the antagonist, it is clear that Creon was cast away in distress, misery, and sorrow. By reading this play I was able to get a depth insight of several of the characters, question the norms of society I live in today and analyze the specific relationship between Antigone and Creon.
To watch the news we could watch T.V. so we could be ready for anything. All the teachers get weapons to protect the students. Once, everyone gets to the dorms we could lock up everything and cover the windows and doors with tables or boards. The dorms would be the best place to go because there’s food, bedding, and technology.
The play Oedipus Rex was written by Sophocles and adheres to Greek Tragedy conventions. It tells primarily about the legendary Oedipus, King of Thebes, whose flaw in character contributes to his downfall. Oedipus’ fate was already pre-determined by the gods. This play demonstrates the part that Oedipus’ arrogance plays in the fulfilling of his destiny, and the self-realization that emerges as he struggles to deal with his calamity. In the tradition of Greek tragedy, the protagonist is an admirable, but not perfect character.
In Ancient Greek mythology, fate is the focal point of many plays and is significant in establishing the catharsis that Greek tragedies provide for the audience. The playwrights use the catharsis to allude to the general theme that people cannot escape their fate, and using symbolism is an effective way to emphasize the theme. Sophocles, the Ancient Greek playwright of Oedipus Rex, uses the symbolism of blindness to develop the play’s theme and teach the audience a lesson about fate. Sophocles uses blindness to symbolize to ability to see truth and accept fate. Although throughout most of the play Oedipus is not physically blind, he is blind to the fact that his fate has come to fruition.
The Greek tragedy “Antigone” written by Sophocles, like any other tragedy deals with the downfall of certain characters and events. As the title suggests, the play revolves around Antigone, and her actions towards her society. Like other Greek dramas, the play consists of a prologue, the episodes and most importantly the Chorus. As we read more of the play and the plot begins to unwind itself, does the role of the chorus make any sense to us? Since the Chorus are there throughout the play, it makes the reader curious to know the role of the Chorus, how it is important to the development of the play as well as the Greek theatre.
Scientific apparatus records These records should be kept inside the laboratory in a file which is accessible to all working in the lab. These may need to be accessed when there is a problem with a piece of equipment, this is to make sure that it is not still under warranty so to see when the product was purchased or just to consult the instruction booklet, this is also why these records are kept. These may be disposed of when the apparatus is disposed
Stepping out of the slumber room, the most prominent feature that the eye is drawn to is the Identity wall. Covering the upper portion of nearly half the sanctuary, it encompasses parts of every inhabitant 's identity. From pictures, achievements, memories, and humor, each component that is hung up and stuck to the wall holds a piece of who the sanctuary keeps. Underneath this wall, there sits a table at which the inhabitants create writings for every purpose. The table was once meant for the creation of clothing to wear and repair those which had torn, but it has since been retired and re-purposed into a gathering between thought and text.
This quote tells whoever is reading this essay what the telescreens can catch. ‘Winston kept his back turned to the telescreen. It was safer, though, as he well knew, even a back can be revealing’ (Orwell 6). In case anyone has not noticed, many people have decided to upgrade to the Xbox One. But did anyone know that it is able to watch any human while they do their normal everyday activities and it sends information of what it picks up, while it is on or turned off temporarily until it’s used again, to the American government’s very own NSA?
Evidence Generalist social work skills I observed in this setting are sheltering. They have homes where the clients rescued from domestic violence and sexual assault will stay until they are fully recovered. One of the values I observed demonstrated by the agency is bringing the clients to the penny wise resale store to select all the items they need such as clothing and shoe. The agency is a big organization that covered domestic, abusive, and sexually assaulted women in Fort Bend County. They employed social work at all level.
I believe that a personal computer inside a house should have an expectation of privacy. The Judges argued that since computers are hacked everyday that there is no expectation of privacy. The same argument could be made against houses. People break into houses everyday but there is still an expectation of privacy. If the police can hack into everybody’s computer without a warrant, it would be the same as the police being able to search peoples houses without probable cause.