A Clockwork Orange Film Analysis

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Philosophy

 

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Katherine R

 

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September 24, 2011

 

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University

 

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They have fun making others suffer. This is the logic that is upheld by Friedrich Nietzsche in his approval of Prosper Merimee's statement "Know that nothing is more common than to do harm for the pleasure of doing it." Though he does believe that most men try to deny this by never outwardly expressing any violent tendencies...
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I think that Nietzsche also sums up my feelings towards Alex in the "Innocence of So-called Evil Actions" section. He says "All actions are motivated by the drive of the individual's intention to gain pleasure and avoid unpleasure; thus they are motivated, but they are not evil." I think this is a very accurate description of Alex's motivations...
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