The University used the Consequentialism system; Utilitarism, which seeks the greatest good for the greatest number of people. Sandusky appeared to have good standards and great ethical influence at the school and in his community with the youth. This made the University choose to turn a blind eye and did nothing to further their investigation prior to Sandusky arrest. The humanistic system is based on the extremes of human behavior. Sandusky and some of his fellow employees’ behavior displayed extreme bad behaviors disregarding the law, work policy, and social status.
Other characters also help build a picture of Birling in the opening section. Eric's defense of the workers brings about a vicious verbal attack from Birling which pours scorn on Eric's lack of business experience and reveals his bitter feeling towards "public-school-and-Varsity" education. Priestley suggests he resents the advantages enjoyed by his son's generation and this helps the audience understand why later Eric says that Mr Birling is "not the kind of father a chap would go to when hes in trouble". At this point, Priestley has provided a picture of a self-important man who places his faith in technology and industry, who believes he can enjoy the rewards granted by the community while declaring that community spirit is "nonsense" and that a man has to "mind his own business and look after himself and his own". Yet Eric, at this start of the Inspector's chain of events' has already challenged his father's views, and later Sheila will do the same by recognising a shared humanity with the
He is disgusted by human physicality, which leaves him isolated and lonely towards adults and leads him to sexual impulses with little girls (Spring). The narrator ironically describes his as “a very clean man” instead of a dirty old man, but his implications are clear: his obsession with bodily purity has made him more perverted than simple lust life (Spring). Soaphead Church can be labeled as a ‘people hater’ who prefers objects to people. While, writing his letter to God we find him even crazier then before. Morrison not only wants us to see how Soaphead is a bad person but he wants us to see another way to deal with racial self-hatred (Spring).
Therefore, his children have less conflict and get along with others. On the other hand, Mr. Ewell is a selfish man and will do anything to protect his reputation. His behavior influences his children to behave in a selfish way. For instance, Mr. Ewell irresponsible behavior is what causes Mayella to take advantage of an innocent African America male, Tom Robinson of raping her in order to protect her reputation. As a result, Tom Robinson was found guilty and was sentence to death.
Have you ever looked around and thought every police officer you saw was corrupt. Or just the opposite that every officer you saw was just one of the best. Well I believe that most likely you were thinking every officer was corrupt. I believe this is because the negative actions of some police affect the image of the entire police force more than the positive actions. I believe this first because when something negative is said in an article or news report the author does not sought out the officer who did the negative action they just simply say the name of the police force.
Also, it eventually become obvious that Crooks is seeing that he has the opportunity to be cruel to Lennie, as he realises Lennie is simple and not like the white men because “A guy can talk to you an’ he be sure you won’t go blabbin’”. This is because Crooks has always been treated poorly by the other men, and so he steels the opportunity
Empathy is just having the ability to relate to someone but actually feeling bad for them. Evil in the flesh isn’t just someone incapable of empathy its more of a way someone was taught to be or of a family background, such as a generational curse. This lack of empathy does give off the violence of Winston’s world and 911, which equates to evil. During the incident of 911, a group of people called terrorist formed an act of violence towards the United States. This group evil action didn’t come naturally, they were taught everything they knew.
The youth involved in gangs have been introduced to the racially discriminated environment because the hatred of other towns and the people that live there, not only because they are enemies but because of their craving of being superior, being better than another race. By being discriminated people feel sad, mad, or sometimes they might not care at all depending on their educational status. “Welcome back nigger” comments like these don’t bother uneducated gang members because the careless mind, focusing only on anything gang related which is what their life revolves. “In my younger years that wouldn’t have bothered me much. But with my new direction and expanded cautiousness, it struck me hard.” Education is the answer to a better understanding of things and a better
A lot of people have died because of police officers and the reasons are clear, it is due to criminal activities they have undertaken and then refuse arrest which later causes a spark to ignite between the authorities and the civilians. Other times it is proved that police men just take advantage of their rights and brutally use force against citizens. Are police officers considered fair or brutal towards people? No one can deny that police officers have abused of their authority specially in big cities. Amadou
The concepts of how standards of objectivity apply to this scenario is standards may be objective based on facts or someone’s morals. My partner believes that what the suspect did was wrong, and I agree it was, but because objectivity is external when we believe something is morally or ethically wrong. The judgment we make we think is right if it complies with the standards of justice in the world. Most people hate child molesters more than any other type of criminal, it is common to see one being harassed or beaten because of it. Unfortunately my partner and the guys in the locker room are not looking at the situation objectively but subjectively, and doing what they think the suspect deserves.