In both cases the community or world as a whole must step in before things get too bad and stop both wars and contentions before they end up too widespread and large of a problem to fix. Basically, both war and contagions become very hard to overthrow once they effect a certain amount of people and spread to a certain amount of land. Both can not be escaped by indifference to the problem or hiding from it, these solutions work for a little while until the problems are too big to contain, and then it 's too late. People in the position to help would benefit more from stepping in and stopping both a war or a contagion right ways because not only does it cost less money but cost less lives if a smaller power is taken out before it can become large scale and
Wood block printing became even more advanced than it was in the Ming era and the Opera became well known in the world of Chinese fine arts. During the reign of the Qing which was about 270 years, they controlled over 13 million square kilometers of land. This dynasty also created the Kangxi dictionary in the Kangxi emperor era. The Ming dynasty experienced a great deal of tragedy which led to the fall of their reign.
He needed to get them to refuse to be a dog to the British and get the freedom they deserve. He used pathos as a persuasive technique in his speech to highlight fear and emotion to scare the colonists into agreeing with him. “I know of how way of judging the future but by the past.” (Henry 110) This was an effective quote because it is showing no matter what Henry is there with the colonist through this journey and that he cannot tell them exactly what is going to happen, but he can make a presumption based on what has already happened.
Dede once said, “Because Lío presented a very real opportunity to fight against the regime. I think that, after him, Minerva was never the same” (164). The first great influence on Minerva, is Lío. He showed Minerva that there is a real chance to fight against Trujillo. He helped her realize that it is possible to stand up for what you believe in and not let anyone control you.
Orwell strongly represents the use of Fu as a rhetorical device. This device was used the most effectively to persuade Winston of the beauty of destroying language. Winston begins to be threatened harmfully by the Big Brother party. “Power is in fearing human minds to pieces and putting them together again in new shapes of your own choosing. ”(Orwell 292).
He also wanted people to know that no matter how hard we got hit, that America, its military, and its people would get back up and not only fight but would win no matter
Benedict Arnold left the legacy of a traitor, and he taught us all that we should fight hard. Even if he did make mistakes, even a huge one like switching allegiance to the opposing force, he taught us that we should fight until the
All of these people attempted to utilize the concept of civil disobedience to fix an issue, without involving a fight. Even though, if one group of people believe in peaceful protest, the opposing party may not. Like Gandhi said, to accomplish this, one must prepare himself to take abuse. These people have shown the world that things can be fixed without a conflict. Sometimes making the best choice may feel wrong, but surpassing that, and taking a huge step to bring change, makes you a true hero.
This supports the topic because first Bob Ewell made the decision to try to harm Jem and Scout that was his decision, and it was Arthur(“Boo”) Radley’s rash decision to kill Bob Ewell. Clearly, these are showing a great example of moral courage. Harper Lee knew that conflict would pull out more examples of moral courage especially when there is a conflict and the characters would have to make difficult
The Battle of Gettysburg was a three day fight in which an estimate of 51,000 soldiers were killed in total, but besides all of the casualties, what else makes this battle special? The Battle of Gettysburg was a huge factor in the abolishment of slavery. It is one of the most important battles because it created new war strategies and was the turning point in the Civil War, which led to the Gettysburg Address. The Confederate general, Robert E. Lee, was very confident because of his army utmost victory.
Nevertheless, there is a turning point, as he states in his article, "Given the level of violence, one can hardly blame people for keeping their mouths shut, but we must also realize that if we don’t nip bad behavior in the bud, it only grows, creating more intimidation, and the vicious cycle continues". Here Carson agrees that it is ok to be angry and speak out about the issues yet, something should be done to end the dreadful behavior. while rejecting the act of violence, he lists several ways that factor in success regardless of the environment; he picks three reasons from the list and explains how the can bring a
He felt this way because in his eyes there was a line so thin between defensive violence and aggressive violence that in the case of action or spoken word if something is taken the wrong way it easily inevitably invites aggression to overpower. Aggression very easily turns into violence without morality and control. Martin believed that instead of diminishing evil, violence multiplies it. Love should overcome hate and Light should over-power the dark. You can’t fight fire with fire.
Lao Tzu is a Chinese philosopher who is the originator of the philosophical book Tao Te Ching. Tao Te Ching can be translated in different ways, such as The Way and Power, The Book of Way, or The Book of the Immanence of the Way. Tzu’s words captures the meaning of taoism, in which he describes the connection of humanity with the world and their beliefs. Stephen Mitchell translates Lao Tzu’s words from the book “Tao Te Ching”, but Mitchell does not only want to translate the words but wants to translate the mind and meanings of Lao Tzu’s words. There were some stanzas in the book that stood out and were particularly interesting.