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PhiloctetesRamy ElshenawyEnglish 10-7/8Mr. StorchMarch 19 2007
OutlineI. Background on PhiloctetesA. Story1. Myth2. PlayB. Painting1. Description2. SymbolsC. Fulfillment of Archetypal Hero Role1. Quest/Task 2. Fellow Hero3. Pre-Ordained FateII. Critical QuotationsA. Purposes of Myth1. Mystical2. Cosmological3. Sociological4. PedalogicalB. Meaning of SymbolsIII. UtilitarianismA. Ideals1. Rightness-Happiness Relation
2. Measurement of morality of action3. Justifications of moralityB. Supporting ArgumentsC. Opposing ArgumentsIV. Utilitarianism in StoryA. Odysseus1. Pro-Utilitarianisma. deceive Philoctetes b. lying and winning > being honest and losingB. Neoptolemus1. Anti-Utilitarianisma. don’t deceive Philoctetes b. lying is never morally rightV. Utilitarianism- Historical ConnectionA. Bush’s “big lie”1. Bush lies to gain support for war 2. Never justifies lie- unsuccessful war B. Sam Adams in the Revolutionary War 1. Dramatizes tyranny of England2. Causes revolution to achieve freedom from EnglandVI. Utilitarianism-Philoctetes-Historical ConnectionA. Roles1. Philoctetes = American Citizens = Colonists

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