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Morality is in essence subjugated by he who defines it This being the case morality defined as right or wrong good or evil is malleable as long as it does not impede upon any ipso facto virtueDidion In the essay On Morality by Joan Didion this aspect on morality is composed This will be utilized to verify that William Saroyans author of Five Ripe Pears guilt of an immoral action is conflicting given specified conditions To begin On Morality is an essay of a woman who travels to Death Valley on an assignment arranged by The American Scholar I have been trying to think because The American Scholar asked me to in some abstract way about morality a word I distrust more every day Her task is to generate a piece of work on morality with which she succeeds notably She is placed in an area where morality and stories run rampant Several reports are about each carried by a beer toting chitchat More importantly the region that she is in gains her mind it allows her to see issues of morality as a certain mindset The idea she provides says as human beings we cannot distinguish what is good and what is evil Morality has been so distorted by television and press that the definition within the human conscience is lost This being the case the only way to distinguish between good or bad is all actions are sound as long as they do not hurt another person or persons This is similar to a widely known essay called Utilitarianism Morality and the Good Life by JS Mills with which he quotes actions are right in the proportion as they tend to promote happiness wrong as they tend to produce the reverse of happiness Consequently Saroyans action of taking pears could be viewed as moral or immoral given certain circumstances At the age of six Saroyan was categorized as a thief
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