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Websters Dictionary defines moral as pertinent to the distinction between right and wrong and the rules of right conduct In todays society the lines of societal morality have been blurred into nothing more than an illusion What is right for society is no longer decided by the people of the society but more by the societys media Instead of being used as a tool to help people improve themselves or feel safe it highlights everything that is wrong with our society If you turn on the ten oclock news you will never hear the great things that happened that day instead you will hear of every robbery murder rape house fire tax scandal government scandal you name it its there within 500 hundred miles of your respective city But the thing about all of this is that the government can do absolutely nothing about because of something called the 1st Amendment Much was the same in Platos day except Plato would banish his media artists and poets from his society because he believed that art is a significant formative agent in mans moral and spiritual development and should teach by presenting a moral vision of reality If Franz Kafka had been alive in Platos society he would have been banished indefinitely for his novel The Metamorphosis From the first line of The Metamorphosis Franz Kafka completely failed to represent a moral and accurate portrayal of reality The thought of a man one living at home in his thirties and two turning into a beetle or any bug for that matter is completely absurd And to actual have this published for society to read presents people with a false reality Who would actually turn into a bug People then and today had and have more important things to worry about and could
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