Exurban clarify some of the psychological aspects of morality that make superheroes different from war heroes. Most superheroes in their dilemmas refuse to kill one person to save others, this Is what happened In Superman #171 . As he was asked to either kill someone or the planet earth will be destroyed, but he refused to do this -Superheroes’ actions oppose the utilitarianism of John Stuart and Jeremy Beneath, which Indicates that it Is best to act to maximize welfare. However, their actions support the view of Emmanuel Kant.
Kant states that welfare gains cannot vie grounds for horrible actions like killing. The writers say that superheroes focus in within-group conflict, while war heroes concentrate in between-group conflict. Superheroes are crime fighters who are famous for their morals, while war heroes are known for their number of kills. The authors also explain that the rise of the crime fighters that occurred might be due to in modern times, dangers of war are reduced and crime is rising. Also the authors state that superheroes show three aspects of moral psychology that makes them different from war heroes.
First, Third- Party Moral Judgment as superheroes do not mind their own business, and they participate In third-party Intervention In moral violations. Unlike, war heroes who only fight to defend themselves . The writers support their point by stating that Spider-Man Is always snooping around. Second, Moralistic Punishment as In most superheroes’ lore’s they were able to distinguish between justice and revenge . Third, superheroes have moral impartiality as they enforce moral principles without taken in consideration friendship, alliances, or enemies.
I believe that the reading was a age-turner, as the writers were able to make you interested to know more about the superheroes you love, get deeper information about their personality, and understand the reasons behind some of their actions that you never knew. It has succeeded to clarify the moral aspects of superheroes that make them different from war heroes, as the writers effectively used examples from famous movies that we have all watched to support their views. I definitely enjoyed reading it. Moreover, the text has made me change my perception of war heroes.
I used to think that they ought so that Justice occurs; now I realized that It was for their glory. Also, the text made me think about the utilitarianism of John Stuart and Jeremy Beneath , if their views are right or not . The text reminds me of a situation that happened in front of me in my school that I did not give any attention in that time. What happened is that while I was standing watching my 10-years old brother playing with his closest friend, suddenly his friend without any reason hit another boy, with no hesitation my brother ran to his teacher and told her about what his friend has done.
After reading the text I realized that my brother is a superhero, in that simple act of running and telling the teacher about his friend he combined the three core features of moral psychology of superheroes. Also, the text made me aware that we meet superheroes every day; we only have to notice their simple actions that Indicate that they are true superheroes. RSI cracking the superheroes moral code By Franklin to kill one person to save others, this is what happened in Superman #171 . As he was do this . Superheroes’ actions oppose the utilitarianism of John Stuart and Jeremy
Beneath, which indicates that it is best to act to maximize welfare. However, their participate in third-party intervention in moral violations. Unlike, war heroes who only fight to defend themselves . The writers support their point by stating that Spider-Man is always snooping around. Second, Moralistic Punishment as in most superheroes’ lore’s they were able to distinguish between Justice and revenge . Third, fought so that Justice occurs; now I realized that it was for their glory. Also, the text every day; we only have to notice their simple actions that indicate that they are true