Peter Singer argues in “Speciesism and the Equality of Animals” that interests of animals and humans are both equally morally important and ought to be treated with equal consideration. Singer defines speciesism as assigning moral preference to the interests of individuals of your own species, over matching interests of individual members of a different species, …

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I starting to examine the attitudes in act one a short while after the Japanese prisoner has been captured. When the prisoner is first captured all of the men show some sort of hostility towards him. Most noticeably Bamforth speaks very harshly: “Stand still you nig! ” this shows immediate hatred towards the prisoner and …

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Zehui Gong    Professor Cushing English 1C 1/29/2018 Martin Luther King’s Letter in Jail On Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail”, he elaborately explained reasons in a straightforward way to express the unjust between white and black. Also, he mentioned courage, perseverance, religion, and injustice. He gives an explicit declaration of his thought, one …

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Overtime attitudes to word meanings have dramatically changed over the years, with vocabulary being given new connotations and meanings. For example not many years ago it was a common expression to say when somebody was happy and full of life that they were a ‘gay’ person. This word has undergone a semantic change and we …

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Racial discrimination is shown through out the book, To kill a mockingbird. During discrimination, many certain people got hurt during the times of the depression. In this book, Tom Robinson was teased of and discriminated against because he was black. Scout Finch is the narrator of the book. Jem is her brother, and the father …

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Imagine living in a society with far different standards than modern life today. A society without equality and fairness. To Kill a Mockingbird was written by Harper Lee and first published in the 1960’s. The novel follows the life of the Finch family during The Great Depression and shows the struggles they endure in a …

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