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The main difference between a comedy and a tragedy is Minor problems happen in a comedy but terrible disasters happen in a tragedy. Read more:
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Weegy: Each will receive its proper share, if each has that which more particularly concerns it. [ To individuality should belong the part of life in which it is chiefly the individual that is interested; to society, the part which chiefly interests society. 2 Though society is not founded on a contract, and though no good purpose is answered by inventing a contract in order to deduce social obligations from it, every one who receives the protection of society owes a return for the benefit, and the fact of living in society renders it indispensable that each should be bound to observe a certain line of conduct towards the rest. This conduct consists first, in not injuring the interests of one another; or rather certain interests, which, either by express legal provision or by tacit understanding, ought to be considered as rights; and secondly, in each person's bearing his share (to be fixed on some equitable principle) of the labours and sacrifices incurred for defending the society or its members from injury and molestation. These conditions society is justified in enforcing at all costs to those who endeavour to withhold fulfilment. Nor is this all that society may do. The acts of an individual may be hurtful to others, or wanting in due consideration for their welfare, without going the length of violating any of their constituted rights. The offender may then be justly punished by opinion, though not by law. As soon as any part of a person's conduct affects prejudicially the interests of others, society has jurisdiction over it, and the question whether the general welfare will or will not be promoted by interfering with it, becomes open to discussion. But there is no room for entertaining any such question when a person's conduct affects the interests of no persons besides himself, or needs not affect them unless they like (all the persons concerned being of full age, and the ordinary amount of understanding). In all such cases there should be perfect ... (More)
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Weegy: ell, I do say, in a number of ways. You may want to look up trends and fashions and see how they grow. [ The level of manners and conduct in social settings has steadily decreased since World War 1 and is now at an all time low especially in the Media. My best advice would be to pick out a couple of categories like the one I mentioned above if you want and research each one than combine them because each person is influenced in so many ways by society they are each a subject in themselves, here are a couple more. 1. The will to compete with peers in society. 2. The need to define or isolate ones self and stand out. 3. Organizations that rose out of societies need. 4. Differing groups and opinions in a single society. ] (More)
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