To Rene Descartes Anger Analysis

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Anger can be partly physiological, cognitive, and psychological, and it is also pointedly ideological. Anger can be aroused due to many factors such as race, class, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, nation, and religion (Kim1). Goldhor-lerner stated that: Anger is a signal …. It may be a message that we are being hurt, that our rights are being violated; that our needs or wants are not being adequately met or simply that something is not right ( 1). According to Seneca, anger is a bad thing that can destroy the universe, and he argued that one had to get rid of anger in order to achieve a state of mind not subject to emotions (Kim 2). To Rene Descartes anger is the most dangerous emotion, and it is more violent than other emotions. Anger…show more content…
The writer reacts to these tensions indifferent ways. Since the old Greek tragedies, writers tried to tackle and to deal with their social issues. Anger, and cruelty were represented in the old Greek tragedies. In addition, the plays were always regarded as part of a vast religious ceremonial. There were only limited themes that have been discussed during that period. Furthermore, the Senecan dramas were melodramatic and immersed in horrors and physical torments. The most known Greek heroes are Oedipus and Agamemnon (Nicoll14-16). Whereas , the tragedies in the Jacobean age were even more terrifying ,where angry ,cruelty and evil appear in most of the plays .the theatre in that era has been shown a theatre of the people (Nicoll…show more content…
Besides, Kitchen sink drama is also a term that is applied in the late 1950s to the plays of writers such as, Wesker, and Osborne. It described working-class life, with an emphasis on domestic realism. The writers in that time tended to use real words, real behaviors and real thoughts. The settings that were depicted in the plays were also real. Osborne 's Look Back in Anger,(1956) reflect his criticism of his society. Osborne 's anger was represented by the major character, Jimmy Porter, who articulates the disillusionment of the post-war youth in Britain at that time. The struggle between classes was tackled through Porter 's marriage to the upper class Alison. The title of look back in anger defines the underlying themes of all Osborne 's plays. Each is motivated by outrage because of the discovery that the idealized Britain, for which many had sacrificed their life during the war years, was inauthentic (Innes 98-103). Osborne 's The Entertainer (1957) was a significance work. Osborne 's hero is Archie Rice, who is a music-hall performer m who is disappointment and he does not satisfy with his life. Osborne chose the music hall in order to symbolize the decline of imperial England. Osborne was accurate regarding his choice of the settings and the titles of his works like the music hall which is both a frame for the action and an image of Britain, in which the debased state of popular culture is direct representation of social decadence

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