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Personal Integrity Public Reputation Proctor
428 wordsIn a sense, The Crucible has the structure of a classical tragedy, with John Proctor as the play's tragic hero. Honest, upright, and blunt-spoken, Proctor is a good man, but one with a secret, fatal flaw. His lust for Abigail Williams led to their affair (which occurs before the play begins), and created Abigail's jealousy of his wife, Elizabeth, which sets the entire witch hysteria in motion. Once the trials begin, Proctor realizes that he can stop Abigail's rampage through Salem but only if he...
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Cases Of Fraud In The Business Place
1,422 wordsBeing a businessperson includes many risks and sacrifices in order to become successful. One of the reasons that companies are failing is due to the fraud of their employees. In order to avoid these problems, the companies that contain a large amount of employees must take the correct precautions. All people in general are capable of committing an action of fraud. Doing something wrong or right is in the nature of all people. Jack Bolgnas says in Corporate fraud, the deference between people and...
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Codes Of Ethics Personal Integrity
1,348 words... plaints: if a company is reading a large amount of complaints and tips, there is a possible action of fraud and it has to be investigated. Thirdly, Stale Items in Reconciliations: when bank actions are made, a company must check all transactions that are made, for example, missing deposits. Fourthly, Excessive Voids: Voided sales slips could mean that the sale was rung up, the payment diverted to the use of the perpetrator, and the sales slip subsequently voided to cover the theft. Then, if ...
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End Of The Play False Confession
565 wordsA farmer in Salem, Proctor serves as the voice of reason and justice in The Crucible. It is he who exposes the girls as frauds who are only pretending that there is witchcraft, and thus becomes the tragic hero of the tale. Proctor is a sharply intelligent man who can easily detect foolishness in others and expose it, but he questions his own moral sense. Because of his affair with Abigail Williams, Proctor questions whether or not he is a moral man, yet this past event is the only major flaw att...
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Article Titled Personal Integrity
849 wordsSince cheating has been a problem in our society, there have been many attempts to rid the world of this problem. Such attempts include creating an honor code, forms of punishment, and possibly a computer-integrated classroom. The terms by which an honor code are defined as are (taken from the article titled A Question of Honor), " something that defines ethical academic conduct with the expectation that students will monitor their peers, report violations, and mete out penalties. " An honor cod...
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Rights Of The Individual Dramatic Tension
993 wordsGood plays offer audiences an experience which is both theatrical and thought provoking. Is this true of the two plays you have studied? The Crucible by Arthur Miller raises many thought provoking issues throughout the play, including the importance of personal integrity, injustice in society and the rights of the community versus the rights of the individual. The first, the importance of personal integrity, is brought to light through John Proctor, who finds himself facing personal conflict whe...
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Macbeth Ambition Macbeth Fear
1,685 wordsThe Characterization of Macbeth in Relation to the Development of Scotland in William ShakespearesGerman physicist named Were Heisenberg made a revolutionary breakthrough while observing particles at an atomic level. His observation was, at the same time, revolutionary and somewhat disappointing. He concluded that he could never accurately observe the particles, due to the fact that whenever he attempted to observe the particles, he inevitably altered them in some minute way. His conclusion is r...
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Macbeth Ambition Fear
1,725 wordsThe Characterization Of Macbeth In Relation ToThe Characterization Of Macbeth In Relation To The Development Of Scotland In William Shakespeare's A German physicist named Were Heisenberg made a revolutionary breakthrough while observing particles at an atomic level. His observation was, at the same time, revolutionary and somewhat disappointing. He concluded that he could never accurately observe the particles, due to the fact that whenever he attempted to observe the particles, he inevitably al...
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Law Of God Gods Wrath
3,193 wordsOld 038; New Testament Contributions To Biblical Old 038; New Testament Contributions To Biblical Ethics Old 038; New Testament Contributions to Biblical Ethics. According to The Use of Scripture in Ethics scriptures written at two different times and places can be applied to today as long as we decide which rules (laws) in the Old Testament apply to today, and how we are to apply these laws. General principles apply to many situations that confront Christians today and time and culture...
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