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This is my EssayIf human beings are evil then they can easily appoint themselves as judges and from their point of view the decisions they make are moral These judges try to make themselves look better by lowering the criminal below their level These moral judges also try to play God by selecting and if they have enough power executing their decision as a punishment for the crime committed It is as clear as glass that these decisions that come from evil beings will also be immoral and evil Decisions made by moral judges reflect how much evil they possess within themHester had to stand on the scaffold which was a place for public shame and had everybody judge her for her crime committing adultery This punishment was decided for her by a group men who had political power These men also thought that they were punishing an evil person Hester because she had sinned and offended God If that was true why would a mortal decide and act as God for God These men in power made Hester look bad so people on town would think that they are better than Hester and because of that they would not sin or they will too will be punished When Hester was standing on the scaffold she was being judged by everybody and since humans are evil than their response towards her were not be positive but evil A group of women were talking with each other and deciding on a punishment for Hester What do we talk of marks and brands whether on the bodice of her gown or flesh of her forehead p 49 To which another replied This woman has brought shame upon us all and ought to die p 49 It is a good thing they didnt have any political power This shows how full of evil these human self appointed judges are and they do not only judge Hester
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