The article highlights the method by which the Australian continent was colonised, the ruthless treatment of Aboriginals by the British colonists and the disposition of Aboriginal people. Hollingsworth clearly defines his view of “The Gap” which exists between indigenous and non-indigenous Australians in regards to life expectancy, socioeconomic status and literacy levels. Hollingsworth’s strongly suggests that the historic treatment of indigenous Australians is cause for national shame. The author advocates strongly for self-determination of Aboriginal people, stating that adopting a “bothways “ educational structure would assist with addressing low literacy levels amongst indigenous people. Similarly, addressing reconciliation through means of recognition of the rich indigenous culture, the languages that bound them to each other and the earth they walked on, could also assist with self-determination of Indigenous people.
Fault and redemption. What do these two words really do in our lives? Do they give us another chance or are they just concepts that we want to follow? In the world we live in, one fault can often make or break something in our lives, but when granted with redemption, we don’t always take it as seriously as needed and soon our fault becomes someone else’s pride. Sir Gawain’s faults can be a constant reminder of the mistakes we all make as humans along with the quote, “It is clear then that there can be no redemption without fault, just as one is unable to return from exile without first being sent into one.
Greed is one of the most destructive forces known to mankind and it can ruin our lives. We can all learn from stories when people were greedy and had to deal with the potentially deadly consequences. This theory is displayed in the short story “The Pardoner’s” Tale written by Geoffrey Chaucer when greed literally caused the main characters to die. The Pardoner’s Tale was the better story in my opinion because the story’s plot had a nice flow to it and kept the story moving, the theme hit me harder because that’s what the focus of the story was, and the author gave some interesting ways of making inanimate objects come to life and have an effect on the plot. It’s always easier to pay attention to a story that has a better flow to it and is easier to understand the plot because we are focused on that one idea and can learn more from it.
You had great counterarguments about gun control such as, taking away the right to bare arms is putting more people at risk than if we were to just keep the guns. This really spoke out to me because your had a valid point by explaining not once but several times of how taking away guns does affect the innocent people. Just be clear about the information you are
Fear is often described as a feeling that occurs when danger is perceived, it causes changes not only in our behavior but also in our body by altering our metabolism and organ functions. However, in today’s world fear is used in almost every situation to either control or keep people intact with each other. To enter a civil society everyone is expected to follow a similar set of rules and if they fail to do so then they are seen as peculiar. This demonstrates that most of the time people act not because they want to but because they are afraid of the consequences that will follow if they don’t and vice versa. Therefore, the argument of this essay would be based on the negative impacts of fear on the human behavior and its diminishing effects not only on society but also on people.
Second; the ego which generates a balance between what is instinctive and what is moral as it sometimes causes the person suffering. When there is a balance the ego is supposed to offer one pleasure; if not, it brings him/ her suffering. Third, the super ego in which the person resort to perfectionism and morality. Thus, most of the people are trying to be civilized through making relation with the outside world to go under the definition of the superego. Freud has also discussed the measures that prevent someone from being not satisfied.
Of course it has a bias and that despite the best education, some children become examples of unfortunate people, while others have lived next to a lot of pain fail to walk the path of happiness. All this shows that this world is a wonderful and magical and that it hides much more than any of us can imagine. But I still can draw some conclusions that are largely the creators of our emotions. What creates our life and our happiness? The Company creates Education From society depends on what will be our education because society shapes our teachers who then, after the shape us.
Furthermore, some crimes may be considered more harmful than others because the values that the crimes break weigh heavier than other values. Overall the rhetoric associated with each “war” influences how many people, and even I, think about crimes
This “economy of violence” comes from the school of radical democrats. Violence is inevitable; therefore, the best course of action is to not be shy about it. Be quick and fierce about this violence, however. Half-measures eventually do more damage than necessary. An initial large surge of violence is all that is needed for an ultimately lower body count.