After they have lost sight of who they are they will go to extremes and participate in any task as long as they know that they have money by their side to protect them. Fitzgerald displays to his reader that one should not rely on money, and this causes corruption, as seen in Donte Stallworth's case, he never really did pay for his acting due to his money and yet he is still accepted in
Allison proved the art is subjective. She loves a mural of Jesus painting at the Jordan River done on the wall. She could not take her eyes off the Jesus painting. “I took the notion that art should surprise astonish, and hopefully make you think something you had not thought until you saw it.” (42) The example clearly express about the Author’s personal opinion about art, she thinks art should be always impress people. She saw an ad in all the magazines that a small child from high in the air dropping toward the upraised arm, and she felt so horrible about the ad.
Printing news differs because the visuals are flat, has more text to read on, and actually provides more important news. In the novel written by Postman and Powers, “How to Watch TV News,” it talks about how the TV stations just simply want to make profit for their own benefits by creating “their” input in the stories. TV news does capture the audiences in watching because it consists of moving pictures, gossips about celebrities, and is actually a “theatre” of news than an information source. The novel also states that at random and unneeded times; the news would just talk about the celebrities’ lives, such as Britney Spears or Oprah. There is several important news that needs to be heard and seen, but the TV news wants to bring in more audiences.
Michelangelo wanted to finish the painting, and he would have wanted to make the painting a little more enriching and have a bigger effect on people. The pope did, however, wanted Michelangelo to add colors and gold to the painting, but Michelangelo did hold his own this time. He told Julius that the men of the days, in which he resembled through his painting, did not obsess themselves with gold. This confrontation suggests that most of the time the relationships between the patrons and the artists is a healthy relationship. The artist has respect for the patron most of the time.
(Doc.3) Document 6 shows the view of a prime minister, Francesco Crispi, appealing to the Italian Senate. He believes that female participation in suffrage would cause social, and possibly political, disorder in society. But, his view is slightly biased because he may only be against woman’s suffrage, in this speech, because he wants to appeal to the Senate, who the majority would most likely be against women’s suffrage. (Doc.6) Document 11 also serves to be against women’s suffrage, and shows that Count Reventlow believes women are not made to make decisions; instead they should be standing by their men as support. (Doc.11) Then, the last document with similar views would be document 12, in which a French Senatorial Commission speaker comments that women are not fit for the ballots and should solely remain as the mothers and wives of society, and nothing more.
With that being said, pornography could be moral if it brought out happiness after viewing pornographic material. Pornography is something that has been around for many years, there have been many debates on whether or not pornography is moral or immoral. From Utilitarianism view on pornography it is said to be morally correct as long as it brought happiness and pleasure for people for the greater good. An example of this would be through an artistic viewpoint. An artist painting a naked woman or naked man would see pornography as something beautiful or stunning, and that it would help create art.
According to Maxwell (2004) “it would be very considerate to give the employees whom have the best referral a bonus.” This strategy usually works because no one wants to work with a person who does not like to do their own job, and an employee will never request to hire a person they know cannot hold a job. “They hire people who they think are qualified for the position and carries excellent work styles. The employee's trustworthiness is on the line and, furthermore, he or she does not want to work with someone who is not a good performer because it will mean more
AN AFFAIR TO FORGET Corporate America was flabbergasted when Boeing dismissed its executive president for carrying out an affair with a female executive. It has been a favorite topic of debate when Harry Stonecipher was asked to clear out his desk subsequent to the deliberation of the company’s ethics and legal board when they got hold of the knowledge of the affair. I strongly believe that the decision to have Stonecipher resign at command was rather tough but logical. As Boeing and the defense industries understood the repercussions of a sex scandal at the crest of one of America's largest corporations, it turned out to be apparent that it was not just the relationship but the incidences of it which potted Stonecipher's providence. The
The painting, exhibited at the 1884 Salon in Paris, shocked the public in an infamous scandal (Mahon). Sargent was ahead of his time, vastly misjudging societal comfort levels when it came to seduction and bold display of the female figure. The painting, a portrait of Madame Virginie Gautreau, a renowned American-born beauty and distinguished Parisian socialite, originally displayed a daringly provocative low cut dress with a sexually suggestive fallen strap (Mahon). After incessant public ridicule and questioning of the character of the sitter, Sargent repainted the strap in its’ proper position. Though the painting was not on commission, as Sargent’s purposes were purely reputational, the Gautreau’s intentions are clear in the work and their values as a prominent family aligned with that of society at the time.
If people are aware from the start, there wouldn’t be a need to feel blissful. There is no gain in being arrogant. Pride blinds people from visions that are clear. We all have Creon in us, but we have a better chance to not be tragic.