other animal, admirable in form and movement, and godlike in capability of understanding. He basically is stating that humans are the perfect addition to the world. Yet, Hamlet sees them as worthless. He refers to men as dust, claiming that is not delighted by men or women. Since Hamlet is trapped in his mind most of the time, he is unable to appreciate the good in humanity. Although he acknowledges the great capability of humans, they do not move him. He focuses on the negative qualities men obtain: such as lying, cheating, deceiving, and revenging. Hamlet’s perception is ultimately blinded by his grief, so he cannot look at the beauty of the world.