AJ Ayer in his book “language, truth and Logic” outlines what is commonly called the “emotivist” approach to ethical language. This approach supports the idea that ethical language is subjective. Ayer suggests that unless propositions and use of language is analytic or synthetic, such propositions carry no cognitive meaning. This approach to philosophical and ethical language (the concern of Analytic philosophy) was called the “verification principle” and was a development of David Hume’s work, “Hume’s fork”. Ethical statements, Ayer said, cannot be verified analytically or synthetically so the truth of such phrases is unknowable and the language used is non-cognitive.
Different to Liar being a dramatic monologue and the title hinting that you cannot trust betrayal of another character, its a one word title but still strong as it gets the point of it across. A sense of insecurity is shown when Duffy writes “she made things up e.g. That she was really a man” indicating they truly dont know who they are linking to the theme Identity and showing an insecurity of her gender. Also, a point of view is shown “He was called Susan actually” from the speaker about how Susan is actually quite deceptive and that she is a
Similarly, structuralists tend to focus on how systems set limits to what can be thought, said, meant. Poststructuralism 1. Poststructuralists, on the other hand, do doubt the existence of reality, or at the very least emphasize the extent to which ideas and reality is a difference constructed through discourse. 2. They tend to emphasize the incoherence of the systems of discourse, or at very least the tensions and ambiguities created by the existence of multiple systems.
. . for that which is hateful to the gods has been shown to be also pleasing and dear to them.” From here on, Euthyphro seems to become increasingly challenged to defend his concept of piety. Adler/Vasil suggest that Plato shows that Euthyphro is not as wise as he gives himself credit for, and therefore his reasoning is flawed. They say: “We shall argue that the bad reasoning that Plato attributes to Euthyphro in the eponymous dialogue is to be explained by defects in character.
He tries to make them feel guilty by continuously trying to make them see their errors and how they have been forgetting socialism, making them seem selfish and obnoxious. He uses a lot of rhetorical questions to make the characters think about what they have done and probe at the truth. Another way the Inspector is presented is the way Priestley makes him seem so mysterious. At the end of the play, the audience are left not knowing exactly what or who the Inspector was. The Inspector turns up unexpectedly at the beginning of the play and interrupts the Birling family.
They also do not show any negative feeling directly but they convey these feelings indirectly by procrastination. Also, they hate those who are in the authority and use procrastination as a way to challenge them. Defier procrastinator are slowly with work they don't like or task they don't interested in. 5.Crisis-Maker Procrastinators: people who belong to this type turn every situation into a drama. They ignore their task until the last minute and then they feel the risk and start working on them.
Adopting Augustine’s idea of ‘evil’, we are to say that he is not living up to standards expected of human beings. Privation may also concern itself with things not concerned with morality, such as natural evil. For example, a person may have eyesight that falls shorts of perfect eyesight – his eyesight is therefore ‘evil’. This way, God’s omnipotence is justified because evil is defined as an absence of certain qualities. Hence, it doesn’t exist.
I also think that the manner in which Alan started the review has destroyed his employees’ moral, and demotivated them because of his negative approach at the commencement of the review. Further, I think that Alan’s view of his job as clouded his judgment and his performance on the job. His job dissatisfaction has fostered a negative and unsupportive work environment with his employees. 3. Identify specific comments by Alan that show he is either effectively listening to his employees or that he is not.
We also know the narrator is a man because we are being told he has no confidence in women. We get a very bad impression of the factory though the whole story. The factory almost turn the workers into machines by prevent their development of emotions. And in the end of the story the narrator finds out that he doesn’t want to be a part of all that. And we are also getting an impression of the narrator isn’t like all the other at the factory, he still has feelings and gets shy when a women wants to have contact with him instead of being very sure of himself which they other might be in those situations.
No, it doesn’t matter how we spell any given word: what matters is that we agree on some particular spelling. “ (Text A, 2 ll. 110-114) 2. Simmons is against incorrect grammar and the evolution in English spelling. That’s why the text seems negative, but it’s also written on a humorous way, he kind of makes fun of the first text, by Trubek, by using some sarcastic question and writes that Trubeks conclusion is wrong, and his is right.