Essays about: "evil"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 96 essays containing the word evil.

  1. 1. NON-EVIL MURDER? A study of different moral judgements in Agatha Christie's Appointment with Death and Evil under the Sun.

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för filosofi, lingvistikoch vetenskapsteori

    Author : Sophie Homer; [2020-09-04]
    Keywords : Appointment with Death ; detective fiction; Agatha Christie; evil action; evil; Evil under the Sun ;

    Abstract : Denna uppsats utforskar konceptet ondskefullt agerande i två Agatha Christie-romaner meddetektiven Hercule Poirot, Appointment with Death (1938) och Evil under the Sun (1941)(svenska titlar Döden till mötes respektive Mord på ljusa dagen). Dessa romaner skiljer sig ihur det centrala mordet uppfattas; mordet på Mrs Boynton i Appointment with Death ter sigvara en moraliskt felaktig handling, men inte ond, medan mordet på Arlena Marshall i Evilunder the Sun är en ondskefull handling. READ MORE

  2. 2. Addressing Corruption in International Arbitration : The approach of Arbitrators When They Confronted with Cases Involving Allegation or Suspicion of Corruption: Eyes shut or Pro-Active

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Juridiska institutionen

    Author : Iman Mirzazadeh; [2020]
    Keywords : Arbitration; Anti-Corruption; International Rule of Law; Justice and Public Interest; Moralities; Sustainable Development; داوری، مبارزه با فساد، حاکمیت قانون در سطح بین المللی، عدالت و منافع عمومی، اصول اخلاقی، توسعه پایدار;

    Abstract : This master thesis tries to bold and underline the connection and intersection between arbitration and corruption. The main duty of arbitrators is the settlement of disputes, and their scope of power is determined by the parties. READ MORE

  3. 3. Understanding Locke & Key: A Semiotic and Intertextual study of the Collective Unconscious and some of its Archetypes in Locke & Key

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Avdelningen för konsthistoria och visuella studier

    Author : Henrik Rogowski; [2020]
    Keywords : Comic books; Horror; Intertextuality; Julia Kristeva; Psychoanalysis; Carl Jung; Collective unconsciousness; Archetypes; Roland Barthes; Semiotics; Cultural Sciences;

    Abstract : This thesis’ focus will be on the comic book series Locke & Key in a semiotic and an intertextual reading through a psychoanalytical framework. The comic series is described as a “psychological horror” and a main theme running across the six volumes is good versus evil, and a lot of the narrative is helped by magical keys. READ MORE

  4. 4. Harry Potter and Draco Malfoy : An analysis of race, prejudice, and class in the Harry Potter novels.

    University essay from Karlstads universitet/Institutionen för språk, litteratur och interkultur (from 2013)

    Author : Konstantina Kalogeropoulou; [2020]
    Keywords : J.K. Rowling; Harry Potter; Draco Malfoy; Prejudice; Race; Racism; Good vs. Evil; Critical Race Theory; J. K. Rowling; Harry Potter; Draco Malfoy; Fördom; Ras; Rasism; Gott mot Ont; Critical Race Theory;

    Abstract : This essay explores how in the Harry Potter series, J. K. Rowling's magical heroes function asparadigms whose roles reflect on issues of race, prejudice and racism. Those issues include goodand evil, socialism and aristocracy, purity and impurity, freedom and indebtedness. READ MORE

  5. 5. Between given and created value : Finding new grounds for justifying human rights

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Teologiska institutionen

    Author : Rita Rubnell Spolander; [2019]
    Keywords : value; metaphysics; philosophy of language; philosophical anthropology; conceptual schemes; primitive reactions; agency; värde; metafysik; språkfilosofi; filosofisk antropologi; primitiva reaktioner; agens;

    Abstract : This thesis aims at formulating a human rights justification based on the assumption that disbelief in human rights is found in communicative grounds, rather than some sort of unreasonable evil. I first identify what I believe to be a flaw in the communicative strength of existing human rights justifications in explaining why rights should be. READ MORE