But we haven’t seen the changes for Equality who’s supposed to be the strong man who protects his family and do all the work. Until he says “We did this work alone, for no words of ours could take the Golden One away from the big glass which is not glass” (Rand 92). This is not only showing Equality’s change, of doing all the hard work and all the hunting, but also another snapshot at the “new” Liberty and how she loves looking at herself in the mirror. ( conclusion sentence ) In the beginning the relationship was still unknown and Liberty and Equality had just met. As the book moves on Liberty is more submissive, and Equality became stronger and more selfish.
This quote shows that he wants everyone to obey him and anyone who disobeys him will get in trouble. The last support can be found when Creon said, “But he who crosses law, or forces it, or hopes to bring the ruler under him, shall never have a word of praise from me.” (Antigone 23). This means that Creon is “madly in love” with his power and thinks that he can do anything because he is the king. The second tragic fall of Creon
In the book anthem by Ayn Rand starts off by saying that “Its is a sin to write this.” Why does he start the character by saying these words? in the book the main character is named equality 7-2521 and in his society they have taught him differently than ours. in mentioned in pg 19 “we are one in all and all in one there are no men but only the great we , one, indivisible forever.” The people in equalities society were taught by using the word “we” not I you but ‘We and Us”.their were all in one as brothers that were equal. equality was taught the same as all his brothers he thinks that writing this paper is a sin because as said in the book pg 17 “It is a sin to think words no others think and to put them down upon a paper.” in his society
John Smith 's purpose was to persuade others to colonize and move to america. This would mean a whole New World for the pilgrims and natives, everyone would have to see eye to eye and help eachother. John Smith lived by this motto " he who does not work does not eat, meaning the way to survival is too work as hard as you can to get the necessities you need in order to live.I believe john smith focused on everyone, not only trying to survive and overcome the obstacles he faced but helping others survive aswell. Smith was a leader which at times can be overwhelming but John Smith had strength to overcome his most difficult obstables, such as facing 200 natives by himself and having to kill a few or even witnessing numerous death around him
And he suffered for his deed as all bearers of light must suffer. His name was Prometheus.” (Rand 99). Equality wanted his son to be satisfied with his mind. “Our son will be raised as a man. He will be taught to say ‘I’ and to bear the pride of
Martin Luther King Jr. wanted to get his point through in his speech about how cruely colored skins were mistreated and didn’t have rights like everyone else did. John Locke made the three most important rights anyone could have, life liberty and pursuit of happiness. None of these colored men had any of those rights. I believe blacks were treated very poorly. I also believe that all those thousands of blacks around the world should have never been treated the way they were.Martin Luther King Jr. fought for millions of colored peoples lives never did he quit on any of them he fought until he got what he wanted, freedom.
All the people want to be know among all by their identity. Each person wants to build good identity among communities, but stereotyping them base on color or race will cause on the person identity growth. In “What’s In A Name” by Henry Louis Gates, Mr. Wilson called the narrator dad George, while he knew his name. Narrator dad never convey his feeling of begin called George. Narrator dad personal identity growths stop there because he never stops that stereotype name call.
Isaiah San Diego Abuse of Power A life of no freedom, human right violated day after day while you work diligently to get the necessities you desperately need. Living in a society where your word means nothing and you must support the government regardless, or you might be entitled to a certain punishment. Holding back screams of your distraught and agony from living with this burden of following a strict set of rules. Would these limitations have an impact on you at all? In the United States the Declaration of Rights states that “Whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government".
As to him proving his point to make people believe or go with his idea. "The whirlwinds of revolt will continue to shake the foundations of our nation until the bright day of justice emerges." As to this quote means that until justice is served the nation will be crazy. Martin Luther King Jr. was preaching a philosophy of nonviolence. He was talking about how all people of different races should participate in boycotts, marches, and demonstrate against racial injustice.
A country with masculinity expects to be assertive and tough, while femininity country focuses more on equality of men and women (Hofstede’s, 2014). I have to admit that I am a bit stupefied because he said that his culture heavily relies on men. For example, he told me that apart from his parents, there are two brothers including him and three sisters in his family. If there is a person to make final decision, it will always be a man. Women are not allowed to make any decision or judge the decision made by men.