Bigger Thomas did horrible things that most people in this world could never do. A personality comprised of violence, compulsive lying, and no emotional connection to other living things are three pieces of evidence that can prove why Bigger may be a sociopath. Throughout the book, Native Son, Bigger takes the lives of two people without any sense of guilt or remorse. This could be because of fear and the way he was raised, or Bigger could be suffering from a very serious psychological disorder. A sociopath does not feel emotion towards others, and only looks out for the good of himself, which perfectly exemplifies the protagonist in this novel.
Simpson case because of the amount of attention the media had on the case and the verdict of not guilty. The media has a large influence on how cases will end. Due to this the jury was kept away from any outside sources to eliminate being persuaded one way or another. The evidence presented in this case was not significant enough to find her guilty of first-degree murder. One source states, “The evidence presented by prosecutors to accuse Casey Anthony as the murderer of her child was proved to be inadequate.
Looking past his record, though, and at the man himself, it is quite obvious that Randall McMurphy is no crazy person. It is very clear from his actions that the only reason he is on the ward is that he intentionally convinced people he was crazy so he could get out of jail. Other than the fact that he may be a little eccentric and have a temper, there is nothing wrong with this mans brain. It is apparent that although someone may be labeled as insane on paper, it isnt necessarily the truth. After reading One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest, it is impossible for one to hold the same meanings for the words sane, insane, health, and sick.
He eventually finds his own morals and tells himself what is right and what is wrong. Part of this realization came from him helping Jim, which troubled his mind because of what society said about helping him. But he then based his decision to help on his own experiences and logic. That is kind of what Fahrenheit 451 puts forth. But instead of trying to gain knowledge it is being destroyed, all because society is trying to promote ignorance which causes sameness in all.
That would explain how he never does any work throughout the movie, his outbursts of anger go relatively unnoticed, his own identity is consistently mistaken, and he gets away with all the murders (because they only happened in his head). The “movie watcher” reaction to this would probably use an older, more general term to diagnose Batemen as simply a socio-path. This
Atticus Finch has been deemed a hero of justice, a mythological paragon of social activism. But although Atticus admirably defended Tom Robinson. He was no antiracism activist. First, Atticus did not volunteer to defend Tom Robinson; he was given a court order to do so. Then there Atticus’s complacence to racism, clearly portrayed in his confession (regarding defending Tom): “I’d hoped to get through life without a case of this kind…” This is not to dismiss Atticus’s fine attributes: He is a good father, treats all (black and white) with respect, and practices patient humility.
He was so scared that someone will find out about him. Then Uncle Axel gave David comfort and support. He also told him stories about the world outside of Waknuk to David. This proves that Uncle Axel has seen the world. He knows that people are born different and it is not so horrible to be an offense because there are other
In “Hangman” we see this example is prevalent when the narrator and the audience watch as the Hangman executes a man of foreign decent. The man is not a criminal nor does he have any ill wills he is just someone that is not originally from the town in which the Hangman is currently residing. People in our society are afraid to speak up, out of the fear of being different or being persecuted, themselves. When one person in the audience decided to speak up against the Hangman they were next in line to be persecuted. It is easy to comprehend why society is
Nick in the story is kind of neutral with all of his fellows. He portrays himself as someone non judgmental and neutral, but throughout the story we see that Nick actually has some judgments about people. This is where grey comes in, he is not the perfect human being, but he does not mess with other people’s affairs. In the fight of the Plaza Nick didn’t actually say a word, he just lets events happen. He is sure not to mess with other people’s life but after Gatsby’s death we could see his shades when he meets Tom Buchanan Tom Buchanan (Black) Tom is a black character, dark and he hides many things.
Another element that is missing in Libya is respect! The prisoners are not respected in any way at all and the guards/workers guilty for this crime. In a democracy, respect is one of the fundamental elements; it is what keeps things running smoothly. As things are falling apart at the jails in Libya, it is evident that there is a lack of respect. The last element of democracy that I can see in this article is being informed and getting involved.