The Origin Of Civil Society Analysis

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Morality is a concept that has been ingrained within humans and religion since the beginning of mankind. Most people can agree that doing good for others makes one feel gratification. The three texts, “The Origin of Civil Society” by Rosseau, “Compassion and the Individual” by The Dalai Lama, and Groundhog Day by Danny Rubin and Harold Ramis all focus on this idea that humans should live their lives treating people with mutual respect, consideration, and compassion in order to live fulfilling lives. While each of these texts does a convincing job of why humans should treat other humans well, the Dalai Lama’s is unique. The Dalai Lama’s argument is the most persuasive in convincing that humans should act ethically toward each other by using a casual tone and common sense. P1:
In Groundhog Day, a film by Danny Rubin and Harold Ramis, the plot depicts the life of Phil. Phil is n self-centered man who seems to be oblivious to his ignorance. He works as a news reporter and winds up in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania for the reveal of the groundhog on Groundhog Day. After a snowstorm hits and forces him to stay the night in town, it is to his dismay that he relives the same day over and over; that is, until a curse is lifted. He spends his first days of reliving the same day over and over being gluttonous and acting reckless without consequence. He begins to manipulate and take advantage of people, especially women, steals money, and becomes such a pessimist to reality at one
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