The Crucible Essay | Student Essay

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The Crucible: Ethical or Not?

Summary: Essay discusses the six pillars of character and if the characters in "The Crucible" were ethical.
What exactly is an ethical society? According to philosophers an ethical society one where each person has the right to be free, think for themselves, and to be free to practice their creeds. To a basic society, an ethical society is one where being in accordance with the accepted principles of right and wrong govern the conduct of a profession (www.dictionary.com). According to Arthur Miller an ethical society is a society where someone is trustworthy, respectful, responsible, fair, caring, and a good citizen. These six pillars of character come into play in The Crucible, where there are several ethical and unethical characters. Through these characters Arthur Miller portrays the rights and wrongs, goodness and corruption of the human society. Three outstanding people serve as ethical individuals in The Crucible. John Proctor, Reverend Hale, and Rebecca Nurse are the three main characters that bring...

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