He suffers cruel exposure to the natural elements changing his attitude towards

He suffers cruel exposure to the natural elements

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being forced out on t the stormy heath without resources to offer him protection. He suffers cruel exposure to the natural elements changing his attitude towards people. The king represents leadership and is entitled to ensure justice to the people he is entitled to, this leads to harmony in the society. Gloucester also gains the same insight and realizes that Edgar loves him when he guided him to Dover where he wanted to commit suicide by throwing himself off the high cliffs. He helps Edgar who was suffering and says, “Here, taker this purse, though whom the heaven’s plagues, Have humbled to all strokes: that I am wretched. Makes thee happier. Heavens, deal so still! Let the superfluous and lust –dieted man, That slaves your ordinance, that will not see, Because he does not feel, feel your pow’r quickly; So distribution should und excess, And each man have enough. Suffering has made Lear and Gloucester think of others allowing them to deal better with their misfortunes. Their fallen state enlightens them to do something for the less fortunate. Conclusion Clearly, civilization cannot exist without justice and the society should ensure justice to all people for social harmony .A Civilized society enjoys societal roles and freedom, authority, safety and protection and access to basic needs and without justice, civilization cannot prevail.
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Surname 5 From the arguments explained justice is essential and preferred to mercy. People fear harming each other to avoid the tough rules put in place and civilization is attained by not repeating a particular mistake. The society is able to learn from the victims and behave well in the social setting. Practicing justice brings out balance in power since those in authority are not above the law and remain liable to punishment if they commit crimes. However, justice is hard to reach and in many instances victims are not contented raising the question of, is there fairness in the name of justice?
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