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In The Birthmark Hawthorne described a young scientist who killed his own wife by pursuing perfect future Hawthorne 220 while trying to remove a birthmark on his wifes face His name was Aylmer He was a good scientist according to any standard He was smart diligent and an eminent proficient Hawthorne 203 in natural science Hawthorne was not against science he was against perfect science against the people who wanted a perfect science Aylmer was so devoted to science that his marriage with Georgiana his wife was intertwined with his love of science Hawthorne 203 A man loved science even more than his love of his own wife no wonder he would sacrifice her life just for a perfect look on her face Hawthorne was telling a truth that a man has to be a good human first before he can be a good scientist In the story Hawthorne gradually set out the idea that Nature is equal to everyone there is no perfection in the nature As he said Nature in one shape or another stamps ineffaceably on all her productions Hawthorne 205 Georgiana was a pretty lady Nature has to bear a birthmark on her face in order to keep the balance any attempt to remove it should and would result in disaster that leaded us to another conclusion Nature can not be changed or altered or a punishment will come in someday Interestingly Hawthornes idea about dream is very scientific Truth often finds its way to the mind close muffled in robes of sleep and then speaks with uncompromising directness of matters in regard to which we practice an unconscious self-deception during our waking moments Hawthorne 207 This disclosed that Hawthorne himself was a good philosopher and scientist which gave more credentials to this article Sometimes people concentrate too much on what science can do and how important science is in our lives They developed a false trust
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