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Context - Conflict of conscience can be just as difficult as conflict between people

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This is a context expository piece for the novel The Lieutenant, and it explores the levels of conflict that occur within the conscience, and compares it to how it can be just as difficult as conflict between people. The essay gives real life examples giving evidence of such issue, and incorporates explanation in detail as to how it all supports the topic.

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Context - Conflict of conscience can be just as difficult as conflict between people
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Psychoanalysis Psychology Organizational theory Conscience Personality Philosophy of mind Conflict The Lieutenant Id, ego and super-ego Philosophy Daniel Rooke
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Psychoanalysis Psychology Organizational theory Conscience Personality Philosophy of mind Conflict The Lieutenant Id, ego and super-ego Philosophy Daniel Rooke
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I have chosen to use formal language, speaking in third person to cater for VCE students in attempt to provide a better understanding of the level of difficulties undergone. The use of third person allows readers to understand the outside perspective of the issue. The purpose of this essay is to demonstrate that internal and psychological conflict is equally as damaging as external and exposed conflict. By incorporating Lieutenant Daniel Rooke’s struggle to choose between friendship or work duties, it hopefully creates a personal link with the readers as we all at some point in life have encountered similar conflict. Incorporating the parallel of the brave woman who risked her life standing up against ISIS, presents a real life example of the difficulties in conscience(risking her life) vs. other people (ISIS mi...
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