If you dig deep enough into the case you can see that if she had the abortion it would at least be indifferent. It would be indifferent because the good would go towards the psychological well-being of the woman, but the bad could be the aborting of the fetus. Most people, especially those who are pro-life, would see it as a selfish act and be completely bad because she would be killing the fetus. I see this case passing the first step in double effect because I see the psychological effects of the situation. I can also see that when she was raped, it was not a morally good act so the decision to pass the first step would be a little more complicated than what it seems.
They chose to let Paul know the truth about his eyesight. This was an important choice because it was a choice to tell Paul the truth. It was to reverse one the first choices they have made together to hide information from Paul for his own good. By not initially telling Paul what happened to his eyes, it made Paul grow up hating himself. Boor shows this when he writes, “So you figured it would be better if I just hated myself” (265).
The most plausible reasoning for the Salem witch trials was that the women were trying to show social equality and they wanted to seek attention. The Salem Witch Trials was a product of women's. Lyle Koehler makes a point of this in his document, “A Search for Power: The Weaker Sex.” This source brings up the theory that the Salem Witch Trials were caused because of women's search for power equality. Lyle Koehler mentions in his article the fact that men were afraid of witches. They felt that the witches were superior to them and this brought up the question that who is superior gender wise.
Human Resources, in this case, if consulted, could have prevented this lawsuit. DelDOT could have consulted with their human resources department to avoid any mistakes leading to a lawsuit. In this case, there were multiple things DelDOT management did incorrectly. They gave different punishments to different employees for the same offence. They did not follow the proper procedures for the offense when terminating some employees.
Overall, I think filling the safety complaints was a great choice and that he did the right thing in doing that. The company violated OSHA and didn't take the complaints seriously. They also violated the employee by not acting on a serious issue. The courts verdict would reflect my job in this case because I would feel as If I didn't protect the employee and that I could of prevented the lawsuit. If I were a human resource manager, I would be ashamed and I would feel like I didn't do my job, and that I just ignored a safety issue that was serious.
Priestley shows that they don’t care about what they have done when Mrs Birling says “And in spite of what has happened to the girl since, I consider I did my duty.” This shows that she doesn’t think she needs to responsibility for the part she played in Eva Smith’s death. However, when they fear there will be a public scandal they say “But surely…I mean…it’s ridiculous.” Mrs Birling thinks about what she has said and when she works out that it was Eric that got Eva Smith pregnant she tries to take back what she has said and convince the Inspector she was wrong. This conveys a dislike towards the Birling family because even when it is about a girl who has killed herself Mr and Mrs Birling are more concerned in looking out for themselves instead of helping in the
He was so quick to blow off the idea that witchcraft caused her sickness because he was too worried his reputation would get shot with that possibility. In the court while Mary was being questioned about fainting Paris was looking for the first chance to accuse her of witchcraft and he eagerly said, "Then you will confess, will you not?" Mary Warren had no relation to Paris therefore he would not hesitate to point his finger at her. Paris was like Danforth in that he also could not realize his hypocritical ways because of his
In this quote Macbeth is saying why should he stop with just being the thane of Cawdor, why not achieve even more greatness; the greatness that the witches promised him. This quote gives us the first glimpse into Macbeth’s goals and thoughts. Macbeth doesn’t just stop with hearing the witch’s prophecies once; instead he seeks out their advice again and tries to learn more about his future. This helps to assure him that the goals he’s achieved will be safe and won’t be taken from him. When Macbeth is talking to Lady Macbeth he says, “I will, to the weird sisters: / More shall they speak,” (3.5.134-135).
Abigail says that Tituba send out her spirit on her, and even makes her do things that are devil. Tituba also has Abigail under her spell and even in her dreams, which isn’t true of witch craft. Abigail was the accuser of witch craft but the things like under spell and a fallacy how it sounds. Other accuser in The Crucible was Reverend Hale. For example, “Tituba.
The Aunts teach the Handmaids at the Red Centre about how women are now protected and respected. In reality, Gilead is turning women against women. The girls at the Red Centre are supposed to testify about their past lives, and when Janine confessed she was raped, the other Handmaids didn’t sympathise with her at all but were forced to condemn her that the rape was Janine’s fault because she led them on. And Offred admitted that “We meant it, which was the bad thing”. The condemnation might have started out because they were forced to but eventually the Handmaids enjoy comdemning each other.