One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest Essay | The Reality of Insanity

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The Reality of Insanity

Summary: Debates sanity versus insanity. Takes a philosophical approach. Uses the film, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, as a reference.
The development of the world has lots of good advantages for men; but besides all these it has also bad effects, too; as the illnesses and most importantly the mental illnesses. As the centuries go on our responsibilities get much harder and this causes stress and some other mental diseases, too, to some people and this makes a danger; but I'm not talking about the ones who are consciously in mental hospitals. The main idea is that, we call the people who are in these hospitals insane; but maybe they are saner than the ones who are out in the society because the ones who are consciously in these hospitals are the ones who are aware of them and willing to be healed. However, the ones who are out in the society, who are among us and we don't notice, are not aware of their true...

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