When justice is successfully meted out, the particular retribution benefits or protects both the individual and society—which can operate effectively only when certain acceptable behavioral guidelines are followed. But Beowulf is not going after the cause of the violence - in other words, the 'bad guy,' Grendel. Unlike tic-tac-toe, tit for tat is a game without end. So, returning to my question, suppose you do what you are supposed to do, according to the norms of society and the law, and Justice is not served? The right thing to do would be to use retribution as a form of punishment. In that poll sixty three percent of respondent believed that torture should be abolished, thirty one percent agreed with torture but with limits, and seven percent agree torture without limits.
The only crime committed was Martin's attempt to administer 'street justice'. Revenge is also not justified because it only brings a short time of relief and then gives you more to worry about the consequences regarding the vengeance. How will that benefit you in any way. Or something along those lines. And i do it something back to you to get revenge on that. If a Jew wrong a Christian, what is his humility? Almost since the dawn of the written word, humans have had the desire to exact vengeance on others who have wronged us. An armed society is a polite society.
There should always be a balance because when someone takes revenge they should make the offender feel as they did not more or less. However, others may say that revenge is not justifiable. These aggressive characteristics, his basically flawed and violent personality framework, is not only in reaction to what he did. Like Revenge is never justified because it only trigger more antagonism. Prior to this, however, the humans, like Grendel's mother, also exhibit a thirst for revenge due to Grendel's attacks on their people.
Does he still deserve to die? If watching another person is criminal we would not have a society at all for even the jailers would have to be locked up. Once he decides to take action, he delays any action until the end of the play. It makes people think twice regarding their actions. Justice is less susceptible to disproportionality, Carries the magnitude of consensus, And is thus less likely to escalate. Have you ever falsely accused someone to discover that you were wrong? Here are the 4 major points the 4th will irritate most no doubt, but Girard approached the Bible as historical literature, not sacred text. I invite you to join me on , as well as follow my miscellaneous musings on Twitter.
What message does it send to the younger generation? When is revenge justified though? Another example of revenge being justified is the murder of Banquo. I believe in revenge and punishment but i only believe in this concept to an extent. All this comes directly from the source. Revenge is a common human reaction to a perceived wrong done against them and is usually based on unbalanced emotions. Will this revenge make me feel temporarily better? It just hurts them and makes them more miserable.
You have to know and feel loss like they do, then you can judge. You did not spend time with her, and create memories together like he did. Can it ever be morally justifiable to use force so as to preserve values within a society such as justice, peace and freedom? Revenge is justified when the person feels strongly offended and no one can help them. War is by common sense evil, but can it ever be less evil? The villany you teach me, I will execute, and it shall go hard but I will better the instruction. They wear nice suits and can do anything and get away with it. Shakespeare has been proven by history itself to be a one-of-a-kind literary artist who was able to launch and create many successful tragic plays about revenge. To be, or not to be- that is the question: Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune Or to take arms against a sea of troubles, And by opposing end them.
It's proven to only be a temporary psychological solution to a problem. His mother blamed him for everything and felt perfectly justified in abusing him over and over again. To find the broach you thought was stolen. Suppose you play by the rules, against your better judgement and leave Justice in the hands of the authorities hoping that the legal system does its job for once, despite your reservations and all the evidence pointing to the fact that the legal system is totally corrupt and no longer functions in a method that is beneficial to victims of crime. Considering the knowledge we have of Hamlet's life Before and during the play we can accurately assume his emotional state is fragile. However, Shakespeare's Hamlet questions the effectiveness of revenge as a deterrent, as it is an emotion that consumes Hamlet, Fortinbras and Laertes and leads to the deaths of all, but one of them. Is Hamlet Justified In His Revenge? If successful, the party perceiving itself as gravely injured though others might not necessarily agree experiences considerable gratification: their retaliatory goal has been achieved—the other side vanquished, or brought to its knees.
In a scenario where the United States was attacked by a foreign country is it really justifiable to attack them, or if your child was murdered by someone is it really justifiable to get a means of vengeance?. Revenge has a way of relentlessly repeating itself as in interminable feuds, such as the Hatfields and McCoys —and ever more maliciously at that. In the end the person who caused harm to you gets punished. When someone does things that cut to the core, no remorse, it's not illegal and there is otherwise no accountability. Furthermore, the idea of revenge is embedded into our minds constantly by the media. Only give them as much as they deserve, and only take revenge if they knowingly intended to harm you, and did it for selfish reasons.
Although it can make someone have a feeling of relief pride, it can also make both the person looking for revenge and the so-called victim both be in very bad positions. People feel differently to situations. Plotting revenge makes an situation much bigger and out of control. Thanks for reading, but no flames please. So long as both of these criteria are fulfilled, there is nothing wrong with revenge. Are his ten years of planning well spent? To answer this, justification of good cause requires analysis in terms of the pro's and con's as well as the role that moral consideration plays in terms of how we value life, and to what extent we place emphasis on that value and at what point do we say that suffering is good for life. Thanks for reading, but no flames please.