Tragedy Article Notes Classical Tragedy – Protagonist of high estate falls into misery as a result of his tragic flaw. Usually the protagonist is generally a good person and not evil. The downfall of an evil protagonist would not be considered tragic. Medieval Tragedy – Narrative of one falling from high to low estate due to the goddess of fortune “spinning her wheel.” Focused around the idea of fate. Taught scripture and reminded people of God's Judgment. Not generally performed. Renaissance Tragedy – Focuses more around the idea of a tragic flaw and human error leading to a downfall. Often includes subplots and comic relief. Frequently used ghosts and five-act structure. Violent plots. Tragic Flow – Errs of the tragic hero by actions or omissions lead to the destruction of the hero. Five Stages of Tragedy 1. Encroachment – Protagonist makes often unconscious mistake by taking on too much that causes their fall. 2. Complication – Build up of events leading to conclusion. 3. Reversal – Clear that hero's expectations are wrong and fat will become the opposite. 4. Catastrophe – Unveils the hero's limitations. 5. Recognition – Audience and occasionally the hero recognizes the irony of his actions. Six Parts of Tragedy – Plot, Characters, Diction, Thought, Spectacle, and Melody. Tragedy, unlike history, shows what can be. It is universal, demonstrates…
Virtue Theory Similarities
A person with moral virtues chooses these standards to live their lives by establishment. But, these approaches to ethics can have similarities and differences between virtue theory, utilitarianism, and deontological ethics that rely on the concept of goodness. The similarity between these theories is that they try to set a standard by which a good moral person can live by within a community. A person of virtues is measured by his character and moral…
Abraham was a good lawyer which led him to being the president in which he freed the slays. Abraham is a very president and was honest and people like him well beside the southern people which hated him because he wanted the slave to be freed, no more imprisonment.
Abraham was very good lawyer in his days. Lincoln was self-educated, and became a country lawyer, a Whig Party leader, Illinois state legislator during the 1830s, and a one-term member of the United States…
Alexandra Loza Health Science 2, Per. 1 Due 9/9/2013 Lorenzos Oil Lorenzos oil is the sad story of a couple who will do anything to try and save their son from A horrible disease known as ALD , short for Adrenoluekodystrophy. Lorenzo Micheal Murphy Odone was only 5 years old when he was diagnosed with this leathal disease. It all began when his teachers started noticing weird rage outburst temper tantrums at school. Then he developed more strange symptoms such as hearing loss, not being…
The Justification of Something Immoral
Can something immoral be right? I am an interrogation specialist and have to deal with this question all the time. A common subject comes up with this question; terrorism. According to Dictionary.com “the state of fear and submission produced by terrorism or terrorization” (Dictionary.com 1).Terrorism has many uses aside from extortion or blackmailing. Yes I am against terrorism, but it can be justified, it can be very useful, and it can happen without…
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• Ways of Knowing (continued)
○ Vegetables are good for you
Doctors say so
Studies conducted which show (SCIENCE!!!)
Media / Papers / Trainers, etc.
○ People who are similar to each other tend to like each other
Reasoning (must be the case because…
Martin Luther King jr, Mahatma Gandhi, and Mother Theresa .
Are they morally good persons?
“A morally good person, I think, Is a person who is intent upon advancing the various goods of human life which with they are affectively in contact”
Martin Luther King jr was an American cleargy man who fought for civil rights in USA, specially for the African American’s one . I believe MLK was a morally good person, because his fight was non-violent , using civil disobedience, and it wasn’t for his…
change our life and society from negative to positive. In addition, it has some different ways to actually apply it in our society somehow depends upon the culture or even the religion. Being moral or immoral person can effects the communication between people.
Every single action that any person does has effected morally or immorally. Also, we have to think more deeply about anything that we do in our life. Communication is the most important thing because we communication everyday with the people…
names a person, place, or thing
Ideas (freedom, recession, capitalism)
Actions (competition, exercise, labor)
Conditions (joy, health, happiness)
Qualities (compassion, intelligence, drive)
Singular noun – One-person, place, or thing
Plural noun – more than one-person, place, or thing
Concrete noun – something you can see, touch, taste, hear etc.
(Ex: chair, road, and flower)
Abstract noun – something you cannot perceive through any of your five senses
(Ex: hope, improvement…
it means that our financial concerns along with all of our emotional concerns are shaped up by how we feel about it. What the book is trying to get across is that progress in life, does not always depend on what you "succeed" in doing physically (Something like a career, where you earn a certain amount of leaves, based on how long and well you spent your hours doing your "job"). But it may just depend on your emotional outlook on life. For example, If you forsee life as nothing but a huge pile of annoyance…