Firstly, people may not be responsible for their acts. Statistics show that in the USA most executions that took place; people were proven to be insane .The effect of this is injustice and unfair due to the fact the person was not aware of what he or she was doing. They are in a state of mind which prevents normal behaviour. Moreover some see it as immoral which leads to disadvantages. As people state “to take a life when a life is lost is revenge, not justice”.
The innocence of Brutus Brutus was not guilty when he killed Caesar. He was an honorable person to do such a brave thing. He didn’t just do it because of ambition, like what most people think, but he did it to save Rome. He cared about Rome and knew that Caesar wasn’t doing a good job at keeping the romans safe. Caesar was so ambitious that it wasn’t good for high power.
No person can ever surpass his greatness for Beowulf expected nothing in return but fame and reverence, aspects he certainly deserved. Any of whom who come to mourn, know this; Beowulf did not die for nothing, he died protecting his people, that alone is something to respect him for. “Thus Beowulf bore himself with valour; he was formidable in battle yet behaved with honour and took no advantage.” (2177-2179) Beowulf is not just good at fighting – he's also morally good. He doesn't take undue advantage of his enemies or his friends. But that's almost an afterthought; it's much less important to the storyteller than his prowess in
Also, the idea was very slow to be accepted because many people such as inoculators were opposed to it because they thought they would lose business and people thought that something could go wrong or they could die, so they didn’t want to use it. The Royal Society also didn’t want to accept it because they didn’t know Jenner as he was only a country doctor and because sometimes it worked, but them sometimes; unfortunately, it didn’t work and people died from it. On the other hand, a reason why he was so important was the fact that Jenner was responsible for getting rid of a huge killer disease, known by the name of smallpox. So, this saved many lives, as when the government strictly enforced that the vaccination was compulsory, the number of deaths rapidly decreased. He also had the government support and was the first public health programme to be supported by the government, so a lot of people then supported him He used many scientific methods to show the vaccine in progress.
As time went on, this mistrust grew larger and larger to the point of rebellion in the form of mutiny. Macbeth was killed and the people around him no longer viewed it as a tragedy because Macbeth had given into the darkness. There were many forces that influenced Macbeth’s decision to commit his evil deeds. In the beginning, Macbeth’s only force that dictated his actions was the love for his country. He was a
He single-handedly (in a metaphorical sense) brought on his death and Caesar’s death by agreeing to help the conspirators. Without Brutus, they would not have assassinated Caesar. They needed him due to his popularity among the people and his close relationship with Caesar. “Men at some time are masters of their fates: /The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, /But in ourselves that we are underlings. /Brutus and Caesar: what should be in that "Caesar"?
Those that spoke of MLK has agreed that life in the US would have been different if he wasn’t apart of history. There are some similarities and some differences between the two. Beowulf and MLK were similar because neither one of there reasoning for fighting weren’t for fame/selfishness. Beowulf fought when his men were under attack. For example, he only fought the monster, Grendel, because the monster was killing all the men.
That is how is written on his tombstone and it should be remember that way, like a hero. I also believe by us talking about his character flaws it wouldn’t be fair for him because he is not present to defend himself or to even listen to his side of the argument. No one is perfect, people in general have flaws and doesn’t determine the time of person they are or will become, Jefferson should be remember for his accomplishments and all the good he did this
Suggesting that not only his father but other adults were unkind to him as a child as well, so he does not know how to handle the presence of children. When the grandmother begins to plead with him not to kill her she states that "she knows he is a good man and does not come from common blood" (O'Connor 192) he suggest sarcasm when he states " yes ma'am." "no finer people in the world." "daddy's heart was pure gold"( O'Connor 192). He is also contradictory because when asked by the Grandmother if the murder was a mistake, the Misfit knew it wasn't a mistake because "they had the papers on me" ( O'Connor 195).
No one knows whether Colby should be killed or not. However, in the story the larger group of people had always the power to decide Colby’s future and even his death. Because this group made the choice and agreed to kill Colby, he must die. And Colby who is an individual cannot win against the pressure group. Furthermore, the majority group’s power leads to corruption, they are correct because they believed they are correct and no one in the story can be against that, so they did not “pay attention to this argument”(1) about murdering Colby.