Nowadays, horrifying crimes are being committed by criminals and they are being punished for it. It has been believed that behind every crime there is a reason, which usually gets neglected. In the world of justice, reasons doesn’t matter, only thing that matters is whoever did the crime has to be punished and everyone should get justice. From the articles “How people turn monstrous” by Mark Buchanan and “Revisiting the Stanford prison experiment” by Philip G. Zimbardo, which means human behavior is forceful. The good people always get forced inherently into the bad situation.
Her intentions may be pure as she wants the best for Phoebe, but it doesn’t deny the fact that she’s also doing that for her own self preservation. Secrets that are kept for one’s own, selfish intention cause pain to other, no matter who they are. A different time secrets caused pain to others was when David comes back after days of being away with a pregnant girl named Rosemary. When Paul’s trying to convince his mother to let him stay home from school he describes her as talking calmly and with red eyes from crying (276). Norah is obviously hurt that David has come back with a pregnant girl as she assumes that Rosemary’s pregnant with David’s child.
Indifference as Punishment In order to prevent future atrocities Wiesel gets his audience to see indifference not only as a sin but also as a punishment by enabling the audience to recognize indifference and its perils through depression that transforms into guilt and changes into hope. Indifference is what Elie Wiesel states as one of the greatest misfortunes and setbacks of modern society. He illustrates that indifference is dangerous by emphasizing the impact of societal consequence. He conveys this message initially through pathos by forcing the audience into a state of depression. Postulating that indifference is a dangerous road, he wants the reader to understand that indifference can have unintended consequences that will eventually lead to atrocities.
Law Enforcement: the Gloomy and Wicked Fruits of Racial Profiling Thesis Statement The negative impacts of racial profiling in our society cannot be denied which is an utter degradation to the humanity at large, reflecting discrimination towards innocent individuals being accused of wrongdoings and illegal activities without any proof rather merely on the basis of the ethnicity they belong to. Introduction As a law enforcement official, there are numerous challenges and obstacles that have to be overcome in order to achieve the state of order in the society. The citizens look up to the law enforcement officials to ensure their safety no matter what. People have blind faith in the law enforcement agency and this call for a unique responsibility that the job of a law enforcement official brings with it. As a law enforcement official, you are given the authority to force the community to follow and obey the laws.
There are many examples of self-defeating behaviours like, being needy, guilty, envious, angry, obsessive, rebellious, addictions, eating disorders, procrastination, controlling, gossiping, self-doubt and depression. Basically self-defeating behaviour is a coping mechanism we use when we are dealing with a threatening or stressful situation. We grab at any solution that we can find. The solution might have helped in the short term, and that is why we keep repeating it. Nonetheless, it can also have a negative impact on our life.
The emphasis on romantics throughout the film was portrayed in the struggle between Jane Austen and Tom Lefroy. Austen and Lefroy’s relationship started when they met for the first time while Lefroy was staying with his aunt. The portrayed feelings at first were those of dislike, not hate or distain, however. The two individuals were quite short with each other in their words. Lefroy did not want to be at his aunt’s home in the first place and so he was bitter to the residents of that area from the time he arrived.
He does love her, but because of the hierarchy in their household, and because he is a physician, he firmly believes that he is right in everything he is doing. Whether he is right or wrong doesn’t make a difference, because no matter what she does or say, his wife’s voice is never heard. It gets very noticeable that her entrapment is only making her case worse. When she tried to explain to him the effects that the wallpaper was having on her, “he [says] that [she] was letting it get the better of [her]” (2). He wasn’t supportive, and did not make any effort to try and let her express her feelings, which made her isolated even more.
They include, the change within oneself discovered during conflict due to inner turmoil and personal vengeance, the possession of power which leads to take advantage of people’s vulnerability and the adversities faced by individuals due to an immense sense of fear in the society as an aftermath of conflict. It is in the nature of human to be controlled by the wants and desires of our mind, but sometimes the inner turmoil and personal vengeance within one’s intentions can result in corrupt human nature. Vengeance is usually the root of conflict and the problem is that sometimes personal malice can lead an individual’s intention to grow into such immorality that they often tend forget the fundamentals of humanity and justice towards the society. Similarly, in the play, ‘The Crucible’, Arthur Miller portrays the extent that personal vengeance can have on a society, where the ‘townsmen’ accuse their own for personal gain. This is portrayed through Abigail Williams’ character as she seeks revenge on Elizabeth proctor for sacking her from her job at the Proctors’ and as a consequence demolishing her from the entity of her desires, John Proctor.
Torture is defined as inflicting intense pain on the victim, and some people also consider emotional distress, humiliation, and shame to be torture. Some feel that torture is immoral regardless of the situation, while others feel that in some circumstances torture is justified. Another major concern people have, is the fact that the people who carry out the torture will taint the image of themselves and their country as a whole. Although torture is a horrible practice to inflict on another person, we need to