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  • Main Character
    451 words
    Settings: Story took place during the 19th century (1901). The characters in the story were all over the world in different times of their lives. the main character: The main character, Marlow, is a hard to convince man, paranoid man who tells lies although he says at the beginning that he can't stand lies, just so he will be able to live without having to bear the weight of truth on his shoulders. He is an average man. He had a sunken cheeks, a yellow complexion and a straight back as the story...
  • Socrates Examples Of A True Lie
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    Socrates: Lying Arguments Socrates is a man of great controversy. He has been portrayed as many different personalities such as a sophist to a great philosopher to just a vocal old man. The true nature of Socrates is to be questioned. He spoke his thoughts on life and what his philosophy on life was. A couple arguments that he spoke about really stood out about lying. These arguments had brute force and were made very clear through his dialogue. According to his dialogue, he felt that there were...
  • Exaggerated Truth And A White Lie
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    Is There Any Informal Fallacy That One Might Be Justified In Using, Or Is One Ethically Bound Never To Mislead Others On Purpose Discuss This Question With Reference To Specific Fallacies. In order to determine whether a fallacy can be justified in using or is ethically wrong, one must examine the specific situation they are in and must study the consequences which they might face. Informal fallacies are not mistakes in the formal structure of an argument, but are based either in the failure of ...
  • Hurtful Unlike The Harmless Lie
    435 words
    Compare and Contrast A Harmless Lie OrA Hurt Full Truth What would hurt more? Steering some one away with a harmless lie, hiding them from the horrible truth. Or crushing some ones spirit, breaking their heart, bringing their life to a hate full stop. I will be comparing why a harmless lie is better than a hurt full truth and also be contrasting that the lie isn't always the better way to go. A Harmless lie usually stayed harmless until the person you have told the little lie to finds out then t...
  • Truth And Lie At The Same Time
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    This essay will discuss whether 'honesty is the best policy'. It is written through the eyes of a Christian, and will often refer to the Bible. The essay will bring up biblical matters, and also issues that affect the lives of others and ourselves, that relate to honesty. Being honest has many benefits. In the Bible, it states many times that 'honest people are blessed' for example Psalm 112. The Bible also states that 'when a man is honest he will receive love and kindness' (Psalm 112). The wic...
  • Situation With My Best Friend
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    Classical Essay Imagine that your best friend in the whole wide world has cancer and they " ve been very sick for a couple of months already. As any other true friend would do, you'd be at the hospital day and night to give moral support and to care for your companion. But everyday you'd see that their condition keeps on getting worse and worse. One day, though, your friends' doctor informs you that he believes that your friend has only a few more months to live. Devastated by the news you walk ...

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