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Hatred

Hatred requires a constant examination of your hated object's flaws, its counterarguments, its good qualities-- anything that makes it unworthy of hate. And then, you counter those arguments. You crush them. You answer that whatever good the object of your hatred may have is based on incorrect logic and decide that it is worthless. That is why hatred is an overall better feeling than love. Hatred is purer, more empowering, and more intellectual, than love. And that is why our society must be based...

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Hatred

Hatred is a deep and emotional extreme dislike that can be directed against individuals, entities, objects, or ideas. Hatred is often associated with feelings of anger and a disposition towards hostility. Commonly held moral rules, such as the Golden Rule, oppose universal hatred towards another. The Bible Both the Old and the New Testaments deal with hatred. Ecclesiastes 3:8 teaches that there is a "time to love, and a time to hate;". However, the Old Testament also contains condemnations...

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Hatred and Life

am now. As I was growing up, I have learned to accept and understand the people around me and respect everyone even those who are unworthy. I admit that I hated some people before because I simply disliked their attitude. The other reasons for my hatred towards others can be traced to insecurity, jealousy, close-mindedness and being judgmental. Back in the old days, I had a classmate who was an arrogant snob. I used to hate her for being like that, but when I started to get to know her, I realized...

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English: Hatred and William Hazlitt

people and can be misconstrued to be a form of hate. Another example would be the girl that has to ask around as to what color gown her nemesis is wearing to the prom, then goes out and buys the same color gown. This is a mere form of flattery, not hatred. Sometimes we get caught up in the drama of a situation and then let it snowball so that it appears there is jealousy or animosity. Furthermore, Hazlitt states “We hate old friends: we hate old books: we hate old opinions; and at last we hate ourselves...

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Hatred a Look at Racism and anti-Semitism in America Today

RACISM AND ANTI-SEMITISM Hatred a Look at Racism and anti-Semitism in America Today PHI 103 June 30, 2013 Hatred a Look at Racism and anti-Semitism in America Today Even though there have been many educational and social strides towards equality, there is still racism and anti-Semitism in America today. Racism and anti-Semitism can be found all around us. Many people see and feel discrimination in their everyday lives. The media shows us that hatred and racism exits even within...

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The Phantom of the Opera

get the best out of him. This little expression of anger as perceived by the Phantom is not so little, as 25-50 people lose theirs lives. Now judging from that, it becomes lucid why Raoul or anybody would now have developed an intense feeling of hatred for and fear of the Phantom. But He continues his nightmarish ventures and goes on to kill Firmin because he was doing his “Christine” a favor. He does not have that sense of awareness or better still, that sense of right from wrong to tell him...

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Desirees Baby Analysis

throughout the whole story. She used irony without the reader actually knowing what was going on, so that she could build up to the end and then you could understand the true irony in the situation. It’s in the end when we learn the fact that with his deep hatred of the slaves, that he too is part "of the race that is cursed with the brand of slavery", along with Desiree and their child (Chopin, 363). Our first example comes through the eyes of Desiree’s mother when she is coming for visit. "When she reached...

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Hate vs Fear

Hate Vs Fear: “Fearing the unknown” Have you ever heard someone say “I hate this” or “I hate that”? Do you think they really hate that object, person or idea? Are they confusing hatred with fear? What exactly is fear? Fear is a distressing emotion aroused by impending danger, evil or pain, Whether or not the threat is real or imagined. What exactly is hate? Hate is to dislike intensely or passionately; feeling extreme aversion or extreme hostility toward; detest. Why is hate accepted in today’s...

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How Does Othello's Character Change Throughout the Play?

types of relationships, one that is between female characters and between male characters. Both have deep bonds between each other. However women friendships are more emotional. Emotions are very strong and are deeply intertwined with trust. Love, hatred, jealousy and admiration are often mixed up and polar emotions show how strong the bond is. This also links that women are more vulnerable to be influenced, however once a strong bond is formed, it is hard to tear it apart, even though they can be...

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Today Will Soon Be Yesterday: Scarlett Letter Open Response

Today Will Soon Be Yesterday By: Eric Phelps The novel The Scarlet Letter shows many problems of the human nature that were present at that time and are still present today. There is anger, there is hatred, and there is remorse. Nathaniel Hawthorne shows all three of these problems through his novel. He has Roger Chillingworth show anger when Hester committed adultery, he has Roger say that he hates what he has become, and he has Arthur and Hester show remorse and guilt throughout the entire...

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