Through the use of diction, Meursault perceives life is meaningless, which leads him to have the absence of strong bonding with acquaintance around him. He indicates that he lacks empathy from personal and social level. Meursault is a simple man who lives his life in a stickler type and changes annoy him. As the novel introduces Meursault mother being dead, he shows lack of concern and a burden to visit his mother for the last time. “Maman died today...I don’t know … everything will have a more official feel” (Camus 3).
Overall this book is a great read for anyone willing to learn how to exchange more positive interactions in their life. Some strengths of the read are that it helps give an insight on someone 's personal actions and how they might affect others. Also, the book comes with a complete guide on how to apply what was said directly to the workplace. One weakness of the book was that it was cheesy and felt as if it dragged on at times. Even though it was helpful and informative, a lot of concepts and ideas were repeated constantly.
Her use of the "Works Cited" page help the audience understand what sources she used and make her a more trusted author. The audience is more connected to the issue because they know that this opinion is not just based on Peterson's personal narrative, but is based on research. However, her evidence is slanted, because she is biased as a disabled female. If she had used evidences from other people on how they viewed disability, instead of just using her thoughts as someone with a disability, her evidences would me much more reliable and effective. The Toulmin method is effective for critical readers, writers, and thinkers.
One of its advantages is that it makes life easier and helps people with their tasks. On the other hand, technology distracts people a lot and as Percy argues, it distracts people’s attentions towards nature. Also, Percy does not communicate with people who are aware of technology but also people who are well educated to an extent that they are aware of Shakespeare’s sonnet 73 which he mentions in his essay.This also implies that he is contacting
For instance the writer’s reading habits were changed, because his job requires him to obtain information to present. When the information became more readily available, it was easy for him to skim and pick out what he wanted to use in his papers instead of only having a select few of informational sources to use. Although the internet has led to more “lazy” readers, the extent to which it has affected people is not as big as some may think. Nicholas Carr in “Is Google Making Us Stupid?” presents an argument that the internet is continually making more people alter their reading habits. However, the extent that the internet influences people’s lives can only be understood from those
Today is different, the women thinking is accepted as well, there are many professional women that have better solutions to many problems that are happening in our world. Even through some people still believe that men are superior and their centric thinking is better than
Near the end of Wuthnow’s chapter on exclusivism the author explains that he believes that exclusivists respect and tolerance for diversity of other religions is often found to be a kind of arrogance, that they are “happier, less confused, more sure of the truth, and better able to lead good lives than anyone else” (183). I can certainly see where Wuthnow is coming from, in his research he talked to a lot of exclusivists and many I would judge as arrogant; therefore, I can sympathize. Yet when asked to write about this topic in class I argued against it. Saying that attributes of arrogance, honesty, charitable, are social qualities, they are only expressed and perceived socially. And that it is possible to hold a view, not act on it, it is
Although it was peaceful in the 1960’s. Many could not be who they wanted to be without being judged. I believe that society now is without a doubt better than society in the 1960’s because of female equality, people being judged for what they say and do, and technology. In the 1960’s
Also, he considers relationships with other people quite worthless, including those with his mother and lover. Meursault’s apathy for his mother’s death, isolation and indifference to others, and disregard for interpersonal relationships negatively and unjustly impact his trial. Meursault is a stoic character and does not react to his mother’s death as most people would. He does not express grief or remorse and overcomes what little reaction he has very quickly. "Maman died today.
COPD people can depend on people a lot because for them its easier if other people just do it. This can effect they health and their equality of life. When they don’t move because they are asking other people to help them, its just making it worse for themselves because then they don’t get the exercise they need and eventually they can’t even do ADLs by themselves anymore. A nursing intervention can be to gradually increase activity with the person, allowing that person to position themselves, transfer, and do as much self care as they possible can. Teach patients to dangle from the side of the bed to reduce dizziness when they stand up.