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The Most Dangerous Game By Zaroff

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No life is more important than others. All lives are are equal, no one is worth more money than another, and age does not matter. This all leads up to a big conclusion which is the value of human life. My first reason is that all lives are equal. This is because no one is better than the other. It can be ethnicity, it does not matter. In the short story, “The Most Dangerous Game,” Zaroff says, “If I wish to hunt, why should I should I not? I hunt the scum of the earth: sailors from tramp ships-- lassars, blacks, Chinese, whites, mongrels-- a thoroughbred horse or hound worth more than a score of them.” ( Connel 14). Not only that, but another reason that lives are equal is that for instance, if there is life or death situation. A bank robber…show more content…
For instance, in the article “What is The Value Of A Human Life?” It talks about how someone is complaining about the money they received It says, “why are you giving me less money than the banker who represented Enron? Why are you demanding the memory of my husband”, (Feinberg)? This is not right to do because no one is worth more than the other. Not only that, but another example is if a teenager just started working a week ago and a 40 year old has been working all his/her life and they both die in a car crash. ...This does not mean that the 40 year old deserves more money because they’re both human beings. Last but not least, age is not relevant. In the article “Calculating the Value of a Life,” it talks about who doctors would save when it came to age. It states, “Doctors and rescue workers regularly choose to save some lives over others in emergency situations, and organizations routinely apportion money to programs for the young versus the old-....” (Hutson 2). The doctors should be ashamed because both have the right to at least rescued. Another supporting idea is that just because an elder is about to die and a six year old doesn’t mean the 6 six year old has a brighter
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