Human Moralism In Dante's Inferno

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Dante’s Research Paper
In Dante’s Inferno, Dante the pilgrim is given the opportunity to take a journey through hell. Dante is at first a coward and is afraid to take the journey but then Virgil, his guide, convinces him to come on the journey. During this time Dante takes advantage of his opportunity to humiliate his enemies and proves to himself he was right about society. One of the sinners he sees on his journey is Judas Iscariot, who betrayed Jesus and ended up committing suicide over his guilt. In comparison to Judas, Adolf Hitler committed a similar crime;, he killed millions of innocent people for their beliefs because he did not agree with them, betrayed his country, and committed suicide. Rosa Parks, on the other hand, uses human reasoning like Virgil does in The Inferno. Rosa Parks uses what she knows about how people tend to act and took necessary action to prove her point. By comparing the judgments of Adolf Hitler and Rosa Parks to the judgment in Dante’s Inferno, it shows that the unfair treatment of the minority in society an absolute standard of human morality over time has not changed, based on how the majority believes some mistreat others who believe and act differently in society, and that this advantage is a right, specifically those who are different deserve to be treated unfairly.
The story of Adolf Hitler, 1889-1945, shows another example how the treatment of others the minority in society an absolute standard of human morality over time has not changed based on how the majority believes some mistreat others who believe and act differently in society, and that this advantage is a right, specifically those who are different deserve to be treated unfairly. As a child, Hitler was a troublemaker his sister describes his personally saying: “He was a scrubby little rogue, Paula said of her brother, and all attempts of his father to thrash him for his rudeness. . .were in vain" (Rosenwald). But Adolf’s mother, Klara, was always there to care for him. His father Alois died in 1903 of heart failure, and Klara his mother became a single mother, tolerating, seemingly without question, her unruly and headstrong son. But then Klara fell sick., Adolf cared for her as she did for him when he was

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