His lack of objectivity makes it very clear that he is unable to separate his feeling for his son and the defendant showing that his distorted view prevent him from making a clear decision about the case. Additionally rose uses the 10th juror to vividly represent the frighting power of racism. His conservative upbringing makes him clearly prejudice to people ‘unlike him’, stereotyping the defendant as ‘trash’ and a ‘born liar’. The process of his racist remarks makes the 10th juror and others like him clearly placed on whether or not he has reasonable doubt towards the innocence of the young boy. By using his prejudicial characters Rose emphasises that the jury system has serious faults, as some of the
The Handsome Sailor refused to believe that Claggart was a horrific person, which later lead to his hanging. Claggart, a man with a very mysterious background, who is the master-at-arms on the Bellipotent. He is evil in a way that most of the crew can never understand. Placed next to pure goodness (Billy Budd), Claggart sees all the qualities that he lacks in Billy. This creates the envy that sought out to destroy Billy’s life.
He believes that giving Bartleby a small sum in addition to whatever money is owed and sending him on his way will at least put an end the difficulty of having the problematic Bartleby in the office. But this doesn’t work; Bartleby refuses such an offer, just as he refuses everything else. Faced with a problem that cannot be dealt with effortlessly, the narrator is troubled; he’s left perplexed as to how to go about solving his problem. “Bartleby, the Scrivener” is therefore the narrator’s story of his inadequate handling a problem not easily solved, a new experience for him. He tells the story as a warning.
Morally, Mr. Martin’s plan is not correct but he does it anyways. Mr. Martin then pretends to be a smoker, drinker, and drug abuser in front of Mrs. Barrows to try to deceive her. Although his plan is clever his actions are not morally justified. Because Mr. Martin knows that if he pretends to act as a drug abuser, alcoholic, and smoker in front of Mrs. Barrows, she will go tell on him to their boss. Mr. Martin, however, is aware of the trust his boss has on him and knows that no one would believe her and in return his boss would think she needs psychological help and fire her.
Problems occur if such situations are ignored: If the situations are ignored, it may turn even worse and employees refuse to work, poor coordination and integration. Employees become demotivated and in turn loss to the company since cost factor increases with these situations, there is will be no creativity and innovation in organization of employees. In Case Study "Cape Trafalgar" if the situation is the same i.e., ignoring. Fisher men may revolt against Government and Organizations. Already Fisher men are hostile towards the actions carried with them and this will take worse and there is a troublesome situation for Government if all the opposing parties in the
But due to Brutus being mislead and easily manipulated by Cassius, Brutus would be a more suitable leader to lead Post-Caesar Rome than Cassius, but not to convincingly lead the conspiracy against Caesar. But neither are able to lead the conspiracy and Rome as a whole. Both Cassius and Brutus are friends of Caesar, Brutus respects and loves Caesar but he believes that he would bring chaos to the state of Rome, in comparison to Cassius whom he despises out of jealously and resents the fact that Caesar shows him no favour and is clearly envious of Caesar's growing power and popularity. In the first Act of the play, Cassius was clearly trying to persuade Brutus into removing Caesar from power, but Brutus is uncertain to do so, as he loves Caesar out of respect. " I would not Cassius, yet I love him well..Set honour in one eye and death I'th' other And I will look on both indifferently.." This shows that Brutus is indecisive of Caesar and is unfazed by Cassius's attempt to manipulate him to conspire against Caesar.
I think this is because his family, especially his siblings Dewey Dell and Jewel, truly do not understand Darl’s positive intentions. Instead, they are just weirded out by his actions because they are too simple-minded and self centered to understand someone else’s motives who do not match their own, making him that much more subjective to be labeled as crazy. Not only do his intellectually inferior siblings misunderstand Darl, but also his own mother never liked
It wasn’t fate that caused him to kill Laius, or took him down the path to Thebes, or even to leave his home land with no prior plan to go anywhere, it was his rashness and pride that caused him to act out on anger and little thinking. Throughout the play not only does Jocasta try to calm down Oedipus but so does the chorus in order to prevent Oedipus from doing something without thinking. Every bad decision and wrong turn Oedipus took was due, in part, his poorly thought out decisions and misguided actions, so the blame can be on no one but Oedipus himself for not using his head while making life changing decisions. Oedipus has many characteristics that categories him as a tragic hero. Oedipus was born into a wealthy family, being descends of Lauis and Jocasta; King and queen of Thabes.
Process loss is any part of group functioning that will inhibit good problem solving. This occurs when a group follows the leadership of one of its lesser informed members, much like the group of men following the leadership of the head juror; although he was not the most qualified member of the group he was in charge of explaining their duties to the others. It could also be argued that the most active jurors for prosecution were less qualified leaders as well. As quickly as one man could say it was an open and shut case all the other jurors had followed his lead and agreed. Another cause of process loss seen in the movie was the failure to share relevant information.
In such a prosperous time, mournful music appears to be out of place; similarly, history seems to be outdated with the rapid development of the society. They can only move forward instead of looking back on history. Moreover, the onlookers’ observation of the mad man’s masochism is what truly makes his trauma an isolated business, thus the mad man is being alienated from the majority so as to bear the trauma all by himself. Their indifference to the torture that the mad man inflicted on himself indicates their apathy towards history.