anonymous
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meganmartinez16 In the article "Why Do We Hate?" the following definitions of hate are provided: "Rene Descartes said hate was the urge to withdraw from something that is thought bad. Aristotle saw hate as the incurable desire to annihilate an object. In psychology, Sigmund Freud defined hate as an ego state that wishes to destroy the source of its unhappiness." Which definition most accurately explains Tybalt's motivation for taking part in the feud between the Montagues and Capulets? Use evidence from your reading of Romeo and Juliet this far to support your claim.
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dumbsearch2
  • dumbsearch2
Sigmund Freud's works of psychology are greatly disputed. It makes me feel weird when people still listen to him.
dumbsearch2
  • dumbsearch2
and in this case: I'd say that what Aristotle said would most accurately work in the case of the feud in R+J.
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Click "Best Response" if this helped in any way! :)

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AravindG
  • AravindG
Hi There ! Welcome to Openstudy !!.Next time please post your question in "English Group " thanks :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks sorry new to this and needed help
anonymous
  • anonymous
as well make sure you close the question when it is answered, as well as thank and choose a best response
AravindG
  • AravindG
^^
dumbsearch2
  • dumbsearch2
"Rene Descartes said hate was the urge to withdraw from something that is thought bad. >>>> He didn't withdraw from anything. Aristotle saw hate as the incurable desire to annihilate an object. >>>> Yep! THIS! He really wanted to destroy them! In psychology, Sigmund Freud defined hate as an ego state that wishes to destroy the source of its unhappiness." >>>> Eh, Shakespeare didn't directly mention any ego envolved.
anonymous
  • anonymous
@dumbsearch2 as well if you use an outside source you need to source it
dumbsearch2
  • dumbsearch2
The book!
dumbsearch2
  • dumbsearch2
Read the book. I learned it from the book- but a lot of the movies have a similar plot. The one by Franco Zeffirelli is quite nice :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
i am busy with Gullivers Travels by Johnathan Swift
dumbsearch2
  • dumbsearch2
Oh!
dumbsearch2
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But here: http://shakespeare.mit.edu/romeo_juliet/full.html
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@meganmartinez16 Click "Best Response" if this helped in any way! :)

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