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M/3CL VELASCO, GLEN MARVIN S. OCEANA SECTION REFLECTION “clockwork orange”. Clockwork Orange is the need of freedom of thought as a characterizing part of human instinct. Accepted that the human capacity to settle on singular decisions was what recognized people from machines or different creatures. In the novel, opportunity of decision is exemplified by the character Alex, who picks an existence of viciousness and mischievousness through his criminal demonstrations of assault, burglary and attack. For me exaggeratedly attests the way that people ought to can settle on their own decisions, regardless of whether these decisions are rough or result in degeneracy. The negative outcomes of killing individual opportunity of decision are outlined through the ironical component: "The Ludovico's Technique", which represents criticism of behaviorism. At the point when Alex is deprived of his capacity to settle on his

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