Lord Of The Flies Civilization Vs Savaegry

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Philosophy

 

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Cecilia H

 

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April 21, 2015

 

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University

 

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The differing ideologies are expressed by each boy's distinct attitudes towards authority. While Ralph uses his authority to establish rules, protect the good of the group, and enforce the moral and ethical codes of the English society the boys were raised in, Jack is interested in gaining power over the other boys to gratify his most primal impulses...
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When Jack assumes leadership of his own tribe, he demands the complete subservience of the other boys, who not only serve him but worship him as an idol. Jack's hunger for power suggests that savagery does not resemble anarchy so much as a totalitarian system of exploitation and illicit power. Golding's emphasis on the negative consequences of savagery can be read as an clear endorsement of civilization...
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