Challenge the authority
While accepting the knowledge of authority, it is sometimes essential to question the ideas and decisions of those people in the positions of authority. We can see through Martin Luther King's actions that challenge the racism in the civil rights movement. In addition, through Galileo Galilei's doubt on the theory that most people used to believe.
By protesting the authority and promoting the ideas of nonviolence and equal treatment for different races, Martin Luther King has received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964. Marin Luther King, a political activist, is the the most famous leader of the American civil rights movement. During early sixties, while most people decided to just let the racism go on and take no actions, Martin steps out and tells that people ought to be judged "not by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character." "I Have A Dream," which is the speech that Martin delivered, has encouraged plenty of American people who's suffered under the unfair treatment of racism to fight for their human rights. Considered as the a hero who end up the racial segregation and discrimination, Martin has inspired many following activists all around world that it is possible for everyone to make a stand against an unjust law.
In 1603, Italian philosopher Galileo Galilei has discovered that the previous philosopher Aristotle's theory was wrong according to his own experiment. Galileo dropped two balls with same material but different masses from the Leaning Tower of Piso to demonstrate that their time of descent was independent of their mass in which this experiment has repudiated Aristotle's theory. If Galileo had not questioned the idea of Aristotle and just believe what most people think is true, then the theory would never be correct and Galileo would not achieve such success.
Without the challenge of authority, nothing in life would be fair and the human rights we people now have would not exist. Nothing can...