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  • freeclo Violence and Free Will in Anthony Burgess' A Clockwork Orange

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    Violence as an Expression of Free Will in A Clockwork Orange         This essay will deal with the subject of free choice, which is the main topic of the novel, A Clockwork Orange . This significant problem is already indicated in the very first line of the text when an unknown voice asks Alex - and certainly by that the reader - "What' s it going to be then, eh'?" (13). Being repeated at the beginning of the second part and at the beginning of the very last chapter of the third part this question

  • freeclo Comapring Free Will in A Clockwork Orange and Freedom and the Control of Man

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    Free Will in A Clockwork Orange and Skinner's Freedom and the Control of Man      Socrates once said, "Know thyself," and over two thousand years later we're still perplexed with the complexities of human behavior. The concept of free will has been debated and challenged by science, religion, and philosophy throughout history. By free will, I mean our ability to choose and behave as we wish, without our choices being determined by outside sources. Such a notion has been discussed and disputed

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