Moral Essays & Research Papers

Best Moral Essays

  • moral courge - 886 Words
    Honest Bravery Every day of your life you make decisions. You either instinctively make them, or you have to contemplate on them. Undoubtedly, in the end, your morals determine your actions. Internally, you have to have moral courage to do what you trust is right and standing up for what you believe in. Moral courage is doing the right thing because it's right, not because of eminence and riches. People morally courageous do what is morally right even if you get hurt or because it is...
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  • Moral Dilemma - 423 Words
    Moral Dilemma What people feel morally obligated to do depends on the situation. In general, I think everyone can agree that it is immoral to take someone’s life, but there are situations where people might think otherwise. There are also other less severe circumstances where people’s morals are put in question. In the end, it depends on one’s personal moral beliefs on how they would act when in certain instances. The first dilemma I chose was the fat man and the impending doom. Without a...
    423 Words | 1 Page
  • Moral Luck - 489 Words
    Moral Luck Analysis By Emmanuel Nwodo Moral luck can be defined as a situation where a moral agent is either morally reprehensible or praised for an action, even though it is obvious that they did not have complete autonomous control over their actions or the consequences that came afterwards. In his essay on Moral Luck, Thomas Nagel puts forth an argument about why we praise or rebuke someone for moral reasons. For example acts or heroism, where someone saves another individual’s...
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  • Moral Intelligence - 1516 Words
    “Moral Intelligence” Authors: Doug Lenick and Fed Kiel Critiqued by: October 10, 2007 Fall 2007 Class Honor Code: “I declare and affirm that the work submitted herein is my own work product from my own labor, efforts, and endeavors, and that I did not seek, receive, offer, or accept unauthorized aid or assistance or use of the work product of another, unless otherwise so stated fully and completely herein.”   What does it take to be a great leader? Doug Lennick,...
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  • All Moral Essays

  • moral values - 343 Words
    It would be gross injustice to categorize all children and youths as lacking in manners and morals, but the general trend would certainly suggest there has been a major decline among many of them. Family values have changed dramatically in the past few decades, producing a crop of undisciplined teenagers and children who lack morals and manners as a result of poor training. Good manners were once the norm with young people very much aware the older generation. Saying "please" and "thank you",...
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  • Moral Compass - 655 Words
    Young adults and teenagers are capable of understanding what truly is right or what is wrong. They have the maturity and the intelligence level to discern a good decision from a bad one. The problem that faces our society is its competitive attitude. Competition, along with popularity and self-centeredness is what drives our decision making process. Instead of taking a problem and analyzing it to come to a conclusion as to whether it is morally acceptable, our society tends to weigh its choices...
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  • Moral Lesson - 471 Words
    Within the maximum of 500 words, prove that there is a moral lesson implied in the novel “The picture of Dorian Gray” Oscar Wilde is one of the greatest literary showmen of the English nineteenth century. Of all his works, his only novel “…” is considered his masterpiece. In this novel, a moral lesson can be implied: Corruption will lead to destruction, obsession and torture. A moral lesson is experience that one can learn from a story and this lesson follows the standards of behavior...
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  • Moral lesson as child - 464 Words
     My most moral lesson as a child What is a childhood dream? A life that parents love and cherish you, they want the very best for you and they work hard to help you through those hard times. What did I get as a child? I had two parents that were both Alcoholics and Drug users, this was not exactly your dream home at all, however many lessons were learned and many morals gained. My childhood days consisted of no money and bad parents, this caused me to really understand and respect the...
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  • Moral responsibility in The great Gatsby
    Moral Responsibility in Gatsby Bang! Gatsby's dead! George Wilson shot Gatsby! However, who is morally responsible for killing Gatsby? The obvious answer would be George since he pulled the trigger. However, it is clear, if for no other reason than for the unimportance of George in the book, that others were also partly responsible. In The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Tom, Daisy, and George are morally responsible for the death of Gatsby. Tom, because of his tattling on Gatsby, can be...
    619 Words | 2 Pages
  • Review : Some Moral Minima
    Review : Some Moral Minima Morality has been an issue that several societies around the world have tried to decipher and label, based on diverse sociology thesis. Morality is described as the acceptable code or behaviors and choices in the content presented or society. On the contrary, the term moral minima is considered to compliment or be as congruent with morality. " The advent of civilization has given room to various forms that moral minima can be derived." ( Goodman, 2010, p.87) In...
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  • Response - Is America in Moral Decline
    Response: Is America in Moral Decline? Response to “Is America in Moral Decline” by Bill Bennett Yes, and at the same time a very resounding no. Bill Bennett attempts to make the point that America is worse off now than it was in decades past by showing statistics of single motherhood, children on welfare, average daily television viewing, and other “moral barometers”. What he fails to mention is that statistics gathering has become far more accurate in recent years. It’s becoming...
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  • Moral Luck, Nagel - 341 Words
    Moral Luck Through Moral Luck, Nagel discusses the problem of moral luck and the conflict that arises between the common practice and intuition that most of society believes in regarding morality. Throughout his essay, Nagel defines intuition and the phenomenon of moral luck and claims that, despite having this intuition, people often make moral judgments about people based on factors that are beyond their control (for example, a drunk driver who kills a child). Nagel claims that the problem...
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  • The Relationship Between Law and Morals
    LAWS AND MORALS DO THEY INTERTWINE? Before going ahead to give my opinion on what Bidemi asserted Bisi about what laws and morals are, what are laws and morals? L.B Curzon explained laws as generally regarded as a body of rules and regulations to order human behavior and relationships which are enforced by an authorized system and which are accepted by the political society which it affects. Morals on the other hand as defined in the Encarta dictionary are principles on the standard of...
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  • Moral Case Study - 506 Words
     Case Study on Moral Status Michael Brophy Grand Canyon University: HLT-310V 05/20/2015 Marco and Jessica are hit with great news that Jessica is pregnant, however, due to financial restraints Jessica and Marco have not been seeing a physician on a regular basis. Jessica and Marco seem to be barely catching up financially and finally have an opportunity to move out of aunt Marias home to their own place. The situation is looked upon from different moral views. According to Dr. Wilson...
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  • Importance of Moral Science in School
    Moral science is taught as a subject in most schools. Not always with a great deal of effectiveness. Perhaps, part of the problem lies in the fact that morality is not a science, strictly speaking. It is too much of a social phenomenon and there is too much of the personal and subjective mixed within, for it to be taught as a rational science.. Morals are something that you can't change at school age. Rules you can change. Rules and laws can be put in place to enforce morals that those in...
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  • Moral Vs Survival - 447 Words
     Does Survival affect Moral? Survival… the thing many people strive to get when a situation becomes too extreme. What is an extreme situation; however, that would get people like this? When survival is thrown in a picture it is not surprising to see changes in people. These changes can be good or bad. In my opinion these changes are usually good. In a situation where your life is on the line it is very likely that great leadership will emerge. In my opinion survival does not...
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  • American Moral Decline - 1519 Words
    Picture a gorgeous landscape of lush green, exotic flowers, and the bluest ocean you have ever seen. The sun gently warms you while you attempt to absorb the explosion of colors around you. Your'e patiently waiting on a Hawiian beach to meet with the love of your life, except your'e not alone. There are fifteen other women also patiently waiting to meet "the love of their life". This is the opening scene for My Antonio, one of the many reality t.v. shows that grace our television sets today. One...
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  • Huck Finn Essay: Moral Reconciliation
    From the beginning of the story to the end, Huckleberry Finn’s morals change rather dramatically and the novel focuses largely on this. Forced to reconcile his personal feelings of friendship for an escaped slave (Jim) with what society has told him is "right," Huck learns through the course of the story to trust his moral instincts. As the story progresses, we see Huck’s character develop strong morals that eventually lead to his reconciliation. Early in the book, Huck is shown to have a low...
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  • Establish a Cooperative Socio Moral Atmosphere
    Principle: Establish a Cooperative Socio Moral Atmosphere Keywords/ Phrases: mutual respect, relationship, atmosphere, promote, morals, cooperation, thinking, creative, encouragement, minimize authority, safe and secure, interest, community, reflect, care, development, independently, consider child’s point of view Reflections on Readings and Class Discussion: After reading the two articles, connecting them to the socio moral principle in a statement would be; for a child to have an...
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  • "Some Moral Minima" Lenn Goodman
    Relativism and Morality In "Some Moral Minima," Lenn Goodman argues that there are certain things that are simply wrong. Do you think Goodman is right? Using specific examples, explore the challenges Goodman presents to relativism. Determine whether you think there are such universal moral requirements, and defend your answer in a well-argued three-page paper. Your paper must be formatted according to APA (6th edition) style. You don't need any sources other than the Goodman paper and the...
    485 Words | 2 Pages
  • Moral Ambiguity in as I Lay Dying
    Moral Ambiguity in As I Lay Dying Although almost every character in the novel As I Lay Dying by William Faulkner could be considered morally ambiguous , or seen as having mixed morals, Addie Bundren tops the list. She narrates only one chapter in the book which is juxtaposed by the description of her by other narrators in preceding and following chapters. Faulkner makes a strong point this way concerning moral ambiguity as it seems, in the novel, that she is the pivot point on which other...
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  • Moral Teaching in Fielding's Tom Jones
    Moral Teaching in Fielding’s Tom Jones Abstract This essay aims to explore Henry Fielding’s art of moral teaching in The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling, as the author originally entitled it. In his writing, Fielding does not try to create utterly good or evil characters; instead, he simply depicts them as what they are. For example, he treats Tom Jones as a simple-minded human being who errs at times. The story, though treated in this way, is as a matter of fact written with a deliberate...
    3,477 Words | 10 Pages
  • College Life vs My Moral Code
    At the time of this read, 1997, Elisha Dov Hack was a Yale university freshman who based his upcoming dormitory lifestyle off of what he had heard from his older brother. Hack’s objection was that in previous years, there was a policy in motion that granted students the ability to live at home rather than the dorms. Yet when Hack come of age to attend the University there had been a revision to the policy. The change required first and second year students to reside on campus, regardless of...
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  • Externalist Moral Motivation: A Challenge to Smith’s Internalism
    Externalist Moral Motivation: A Challenge to Smith’s Internalism By Lindsay Dragland What motivates us to act morally? Are moral judgements intrinsically motivating, or must they be accompanied by a desire to act? Internalists assert that there is a close connection between moral judgment and motivation, as the motivational force which causes us to act morally is the moral judgement itself. Externalists, on the other hand, deny the assumption that moral judgments generate motivational...
    2,433 Words | 7 Pages
  • Ralph’s Progression in Moral Development (Lord of the Flies)
    Soph Hon E 10/15/13 Ralph’s Progression in Moral Development How do children develop their moral ability? That was a question psychologist, Lawrence Kohlberg was interested in, so he created the popular “theory of moral development”. Within the novel Lord of the Flies by William Golding, all of the children are at different stages of moral development. ...
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  • Fable: Stories Which Are Ment to Teach Children a Moral Lesson
    A Fable Fable: stories which are ment to teach children a moral lesson. Pulp Literature: 3rd rate stories f.ex. romantic short stories. (Novns) Navnorð Sernøvn: Klaksvík Álvur Sosialurin Felagsnøvn: Car Chair Boy Navnorð finnast bert í eintal og fleirtal: Boy – Boys Man kann seta frammanfyri: a, an ella the. A car – óbúndi an apple The car - bundi Óbundin setningur: Jákup is eating a banana Bundin -- ||-- : Jákup ate the last banana...
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  • The ethical theory of emotivism~ how does emotion influence our moral decishions
    Are morals based on emotion? For moral statements to be pure emotion is an emotive view of ethics. Emotivists believe that moral decisions or statement should be made based on emotion. A philosopher who believed very strongly in the emotivist theory was G.E Moore. Moore states that when people use the term 'right' or 'wrong' they are stating there feelings towards the action issued. However since different persons have different feelings. The conclusion of moral decision cannot be either...
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  • 4. "The Third Man Is a Film About Morals and Loyalty." Show How This Is Conveyed.
    In his 1949 Film Noir The Third Man, Carol Reed presents the idea that betrayal of a friend is forgivable in the light of a greater good. Throughout the film it is seen that the requirement of maintaining loyalty and friendship is overridden when morals are tested. The film follows the ignorant journey of Holly Martins as he attempts to discover the mystery behind the death of his ‘dear friend’ Harry Lime. The canted camera angles and shadows allow the audience to identify the trustworthy...
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  • “I Must Pluck Up the Courage and Look”. Although Michele Experiences Fear, He Never Lets His Fear Override His Moral Convictions. Discuss.
    “I must pluck up the courage and look”. Although Michele experiences fear, he never lets his fear override his moral convictions. Discuss. Though in the idioms of fantasy, with fictional characters like the witch, it in fact replicates the horrors Michele now knows are going on in the real world. Monsters do exist after all: but they are men, and worse people he knows, his very own father. Having lost trust in the adults around him, Michele looked within his moral direction. It is the heroic...
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  • Jack and the Beanstalk Annlysis - 759 Words
    Jack Mehoff S. Nuttickler English 110 2/8/10 Fairy Tale Essay-Assignment #2 “Jack and the Beanstalk” is a fairy tale designed to entertain children and teach them a moral story that they can relate to while growing up. I believe this story teaches children appropriate moral lessons and inappropriate ones. An appropriate lesson being not to be greedy and be pleased with what you have, and the inappropriate one being that if you do not think before your actions you will be rewarded, and...
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  • Short Story Collection a Good Man Is Hard to Find
    Flannery O'Connor's short story collection A Good Man is Hard to Find has many elements of a southern gothic work. Images of ancient castles with sliding panels create suspicious themes and settings that lead the readers into the dark and gloomy world of the southern United States. With all of the violence, horror, and dismal surroundings presented in O'Connor's stories there is too a moral message given. Later gothic work did not always explain horror like this, holding little moral value to...
    2,680 Words | 7 Pages
  • Can Lord of the Flies (William Golding) be Classified as a Fable?
    A fable, by strict definition, is a short tale conveying a clear moral lesson in which the characters are animals acting like human beings. A fable is intended to provide moral instruction and its characters and scenes are drawn to suit this purpose. William Golding has referred to his novel, Lord of the Flies, as a fable. This essay will demonstrate that in the moral lessons it offers us and in the symbolic nature of its setting, characters and literary devices, the novel functions as a fable...
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  • A View from the Bridge - Importance of Alfieri
    What is the importance of Alfieri, both when he is talking directly to the audience, and his relationship with the other characters? In A View From The Bridge, the character of Alfieri has a very interesting role throughout the play. Not only he is the narrator, but also he is the only character that can foresee the direction of the play. We see him in many different roles throughout the play and each role adding to the dramatic impact of the play. The title of the play 'A View from a...
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  • British Literature Work - 623 Words
    Mason 1 Kayla Mason Mrs. O’Kane British Literature (3) 19 December 2012 Representation of a Moral Story “The Pardoner’s Tale” by Geoffrey Chaucer is a moral story told by the least honored man on a pilgrimage to Canterbury and tells how the love of money is the root of all evil. The purpose of this story is to tell a tale that has an overall life-lesson. This story was told to entertain the pilgrims during their pilgrimage. As a game, each pilgrim had to tell four moral tales during...
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  • selfish giant - 1285 Words
    selfish giant The title of the story “The Selfish Giant” is very much familiar to me because, I heard about this story in my school days and I found it very interesting. The author of the story Oscar Wilde is very familiar to me. I studied “A Woman of No Importance” in S.Y.B.A. syllabus so I am indented to choose this story. In his creation “A Woman of No Importance” he shows his witty style in this story as we know Oscar Wilde was a famous for his witty dialogues and humor. He showed his...
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  • Fair Queen Speech - 780 Words
    quarrel. Their frequent Sunday morning arguments about religion are a result of Gabriel’s Saturday night drinking. María is a devout Catholic, but Gabriel’s vaquero mindset causes him to distrust priests because to him they stand for order and civilization. Antonio knows that Gabriel’s father once dragged a priest from church and beat him after the priest preached against something that Antonio’s grandfather had done. At last Antonio goes downstairs, and María scolds Antonio for not being...
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  • Discontented King - 948 Words
    “The Discontented King” “The Discontented King” was written by John Gruelle and is part of Raggedy Anns’ Fairy Stories which was written in 1928. This story is about a King who had everything he could ever imagine. In fact, he had so much that he had to ask his Wise Men to think of new things for him to wish for, because he had run out of ideas. When the Wise Men cannot think of anything, one of the Wise Men’s wives suggests that the wives take the place of the Wise Men for a while. Everyone...
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  • How Does Steinbeck Present Disadvantaged Characters to Us (Lennie)
    Steinbeck presents disadvantaged characters to us using a number of techniques. The author does this to encourage us to sympathise and begin to understand the characters, in order to show the problems with prejudice and the various types of it which were endemic in American society in this time. Lennie is firstly presented to us through the author’s use of animal imagery in the description, and the readers first impression of Lennie is how animal like he is when phrases like ‘snorting…like a...
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  • "Thank You Ma'M" Analysis
    Critical Analysis: Thank you Ma’m ‘Thank you Ma’m’ is a short story written by a male African-American writer, Langston Hughes, around 1930’s where the racism was a big issue in the U.S. society. The story talks about an unexpected meeting between Mrs. Luella Jones Bates Washington Jones, a tough and independent black lady, and Roger, a little poor kid who tries to snatch Mrs. Jones purse. However, he fails and gets caught by Mrs. Jones, but instead of dragging him to a police, she takes...
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  • Sommer - 415 Words
    The generation today is messed up in many ways. With the lack of understanding and the lack of knowledge in the reason why these people in this generation is messed up. We have came from so much, but without knowing more we are only going to go backwards instead of forward. Sommer’s observations conceptually and culturally however, “Today’s young people live in a moral haze”, and that they are incapable of making even one confident moral judgment. I believe is somewhat accurate...
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  • Brave New World - 659 Words
    The Brave New World Essay While morals and values are weighed differently by each individual, the morals and values in the book The Brave New World are rather twisted from what we are used to in our current society. In this book the main character John’s moral views are different from those of his peers. The book reveals that the environment that John was raised as a child is different from where the rest of society was raised in. John finds it difficult to fit into this society as most of...
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  • My NSTP Experience - 320 Words
    Katrina S. De Jesus B-112 MY NSTP EXPERIENCE What is NSTP? For me it’s about serving our society and our community. This NSTP of our 2nd semester it what I enjoyed the most and it is really relishes. The moment that really makes me excited at attending the program is riding on that bus eventhough it is not the bus I expected that is very comfortable for us to sit, bigger space and especially with air-condition. But the bus has done its part at making me satisfied and felicitous. As...
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  • APAwakeningEssayStudentThesis 1 - 1309 Words
    The Awakening / AP Lit Open Questions—Student Thesis Statements 4. The British novelist Fay Weldon offers this observation about happy endings. "The writers, I do believe, who get the best and most lasting response from their readers are the writers who offer a happy ending through moral development. By a happy ending, I do not mean mere fortunate events -- a marriage or a last minute rescue from death -- but some kind of spiritual reassessment or moral reconciliation, even with the self, even...
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  • Literature: A Criticism of Life
    Literature: A Criticism of Life Literature does not simply add to reality, but describes it. Matthew Arnold’s statement about literature being a “criticism of life” is right because literature teaches it talks about problems that the world faces daily, good moral lessons through criticism, and it shows the author commentary on things. Literature is used to express people’s feelings and thoughts. In some literature, it can be used to show what authors critique in this world, being either good...
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  • Introduction To Taboo - 453 Words
    Malay Culture Introduction to Taboo Taboos is the belief that ancient Malay society related to customs and ancestral culture. Taboos is something that prevents us from doing something because there are disadvantages if taking. It is usually practiced by the old people among the Malays, Chinese and Indians. Many taboos hereditary revealed through advice. The importance of taboos as a legacy to be followed has been expressed through the adage "Biar mati anak, jangan mati adat." Each...
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  • The Long Walk Home Essay
    Daniel Huff The Long Walk Home 1) There was a lot of striking moments in this movie. But to me the most striking and memorable moment was the last scene in the movie. This was the most memorable moment because the way the black people were getting yelled at just because the wanted to be as equal as everyone else. Also I liked how they didn’t retaliate and all they did was sing. They really proved violence didn’t solve anything. 2) Miriam Thompson moral development at the beginning of...
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  • Huck Finn Symbols - 350 Words
    English HuckFinn Themes: Racism and Slavery- how it was still a problem in the south even after slavery was abolished; injustice of slavery…most whites thought it was morally right for African Americans to be slaves. Intellectual and Moral Education-Huck doesn’t trust the morals and views of society that treats him like an outcast; gets abused. Huck learns through experience about society, and his growing relationship with Jim, lead Huck to question many of the teachings that he has...
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  • someting i dont know
    “ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS” by O. Henry 1. Who are the characters in the story? Describe each. Robert Gillian – He is very kind and Gentleman. Tolman – The lawyer of late Mr. Gillian. Old Bryson - Old Bryson was a calm, anti-social man, about forty years old, a friend of Robert Gillian. Miss Lotta Lauriere – the wife of late Mr. Gillian. Miss Hayden – small thin woman that has beautiful eyes, the lover of Robert Gillian. 2. Describe the setting of the story. New York during the 1900s 3....
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  • Non-Educative Literature - 302 Words
    My view of Non-Educative Literary Text When I heard the name of non-educative literary text, honestly, I have no idea what to write. But, based on the name, I would like to define non-educative in my own view. Educative here I refer to literary works that has value meaning to be learnt by the reader in a positive way, which could lead the reader to take the benefits of reading, such as, expanding their knowledge in many aspects; language, culture, vocabularies, etc, build up their critical...
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  • I Am Legend and Mortality
    Maybe Killing Vampire-Zombies Isn’t As Cool As It Seems In Richard Matheson’s novel, I Am Legend, Robert Neville is portrayed as, and believes that he is, a hero. As what may be the last known, non-infected human left on the planet, Robert Neville does what he thinks needs to happen; he single-handedly kills Vampire-Zombies one by one in order to stay alive and to hopefully find other survivors. Although these actions may seem heroic; in the end, Robert Neville realized he had become the...
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  • dred ch 13 - 650 Words
    4) I agree completely. From what I’ve seen, most students are pushed, or even forced, by their parents to take the so-called “right track”. I believe students should be allowed to live the life they choose, not the life they are assigned. 5) Crawford tries to convince the reader that it is morally wrong to force a student to be something they don’t want to be. He also says it is wrong to give medication to a student with ADD and similar disorders because it inhibits their natural tendency to...
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  • God Sees the Truth but Waits
    MORAL LESSON This, I think sometimes, god waits before delivering his justice, not because he wants to hurt you but because the most appropriate punishment that the criminal deserves, and the most appropriate compensation that the victim deserves, can be awarded only after the passage of that time period. Nothing could be more rewarding for Aksionov than the attainment of that highest and most pleasurable state of consciousness in which, the self merges with the cosmos by letting go of its...
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  • The Great Gatsby - 1266 Words
    In Class Essay To what extent is The Great Gatsby a moral novel. Discuss. The society our nation lives in today has developed morals and principles through the lessons experienced from the past. The Roaring Twenties was a time of change and a chance to pave a path for the person you wanted to become. Morals and principles served as guidelines rather than rules and were merely preached that practiced. Thus, the severity of the immoral actions taking place created opportunities for lessons to...
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  • An Inspector Calls ‘What do you think is the importance of inspector Goole and how does Priestley present him?’
    J.B Priestly employs a various methods to present the inspector as well as showing his importance such as stage directions and from the language he uses. These methods allow us to understand and relate to the moral messages put across in the play. The inspector right from the moment he is introduced is commanding of the situation and already has that authority he displays later on in the play. “at once an impression of massiveness, solidity and purposefulness”. As the play progresses the...
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  • Soldiers Home - 596 Words
    Jennalee Wooldridge Setting: kansas Time: wwI Place: Social environment: home from war, alienated What mood?: lonely Setting: Time: Vietnam war Place: Social environment: What mood?: synical Lies about war stories Truth are contradictory/confusing Lie to get people to listen to war stories Both stories are not conventional plot structure does not tell you a moral no true war story lie to keep people interested war was good and admired patterns of people, nothing complicated...
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  • Culture Change at Texaco - 953 Words
    Team Case #2: Culture Change at Texaco By “The Moral Matadors” (team #6) Michael Breler | Chris Hollis | Matt Hoover | Laura Beth Martin | Chanda Pathak | Scott Stover PIPSCo CASE WRITE-UP Situational Facts • Texaco was sued for discriminating against African Americans • CEO Peter Bijur settled the case for $175 million ($140 to damages, $35 to independent task force) • The stock to fall $3 per share • Blatant racist language and behavior on the part of Texaco...
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  • the selfish giant - 1538 Words
    The selfish giant Oscar wilde ( 1854 – 1900) was born in Dublin, Ireland, the second of three childrend born to a well-known medical specialist and a prominent poetess, prose and nationalist under the pseudonym Speranza. In 1871 he enterrd Trinity College, then he went on to study the classics at Magdalen College, Oxford, England from 1874-1878. In 1881 he made a long tour of Americaa to deliver lectures on aesthetics. When thr Aesthetic Movement became popular, Oscar Wilde earned a...
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  • Summary Report - 616 Words
    SUMMARY REPORT IN ENGLISH 10 SUBMITTED BY: ANGELA MAE A. DIKIT THE LOTTERY TICKET ANTON CHEKOU SUBMITTED TO: MR. ELMER C. NUÑEZ DATE SUBMITTED: AUGUST 2, 2013 THE LOTTERY TICKET I. Characters Ivan Dmitritch – a middle-class man. Misha – the wife of Ivan Dmitritch, who purchased the ticket. II. Setting In the house of Ivan and Misha, the conversation starts at early in the morning. III. Plot/Summary Ivan Dmitritch earns 1200 per year and seems satisfied...
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  • Compare and Contrast Essay - 1202 Words
    Compare and contrast essay Goldilocks and the three bears to The three little pigs Donna Baker COM/170 September 24, 2012 Benn L. Bongang, Ph.D Many similarities exist between the two fables, The three little pigs, and Goldilocks and the three bears. Goldilocks and the three bears, teaches children to respect other people’s privacy and their property. Where, the fable of the three little pigs, teaches children to plan properly before seeking pleasure. After reading these fables, a...
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  • The Devil And Tom Walker - 573 Words
    Common people in all parts of the world hand down folk tales about their particular culture, and during the nineteenth century in Europe, the popularity of these tales increases. Because Washington Irving lives and travels in Europe during this time period, he reads many of these tales, and his interest in rewriting them grows. One of his tales, "The Devil and Tom Walker," meets the criteria of a folk tale by portraying unrealistic events, featuring stereotyped characters, and teaching moral...
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     Thomas Lickona wrote about the idea that” children need to form caring attachments to adults. These caring relationships will foster both the desire to learn and the desire to be a good person” (Lickona, 1991). In my life, there have been three main teachers who stick out to me as a teacher that exemplifies this assertion. Ms. Barnes, Mrs. Hayes and Mr. Pait each acted as an effective caregiver, a moral model, and an ethical mentor during my time as a student. Mrs. Hayes acted as a...
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  • What significance do journeys have in The Kite Runner as a whole?
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