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In an attempt to get revenge about Alexander, whom Adrienne (Judi Evans) partially raised as his stepmother, Angelica (Morgan Fairchild) set her sights on taking away The Spectator, the newspaper that Adrienne partially owned and ran with Jen (Melissa Reeves). However, thanks to some behind-the-scenes maneuvering by Justin (Wally Kurth), Adrienne and Jen were able to rescue the paper and keep it from Angelica’s clutches on the NBC soap, through a loan that allows them to hold on to it. However, the defeat isn’t something Angelica is taking lightly.

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Rousseau had read about an essay competition sponsored by the to be published in the on the theme of whether the development of the arts and sciences had been morally beneficial. He wrote that while walking to Vincennes (about three miles from Paris), he had a revelation that the arts and sciences were responsible for the moral degeneration of mankind, who were basically good by nature. Rousseau's 1750 was awarded the first prize and gained him significant fame.


In Francis Bacon's essay "On revenge"?

Only at the end does he realize, as a sane man, that power,revenge and victory are not worth while:

There is likewise another great advantage in my scheme, that it will prevent those voluntary abortions, and that horrid practice of women murdering their bastard children, alas! too frequent among us! sacrificing the poor innocent babes I doubt more to avoid the expense than the shame, which would move tears and pity in the most savage and inhuman breast.


Other times they may feel they have to defend their honor whether it is for themselves, their family, their ancestors, or another group they identify themselves with. So it goes deeper than just hurting someone’s feelings. This helped me understand that a negatively emotional event triggered the victim to seek equal damage for another person’s actions. You must completely shatter one’s peace of mind to the extent that they cannot get the issue out of their heads for them to seek revenge upon you. Now that I have analyzed these readings I have come up with a few more questions.Just because you are emotionally distraught, does that enable you to seek revenge without punishment to yourself? I must now differentiate a just and an unjust revenge. Bacon then ends by pointing out that public revenge on bad leaders is “for the most part fortunate; as that for the death of Caesar; for the death of Pertinax; for the death of Henry the Third of France; and many more” (psu. edu). He also reminds his reader that private revenge is “unfortunate. ” While Bacon is in favor of publicly punishing and humiliating authority figures that have done wrong, he still attempts to appeal to a higher sense of moral superiority (enotes).Bacon points out that ignoring a wrong makes a man superior to the person who committed the first wrong. Since nothing can change past events, wise men, Bacon claims, are able to live in the future and disregard past wrongs that they have suffered (Academia). So we come back to the same questions. Why might someone seek revenge? Is revenge ever justified? Francis Bacon in his short story Of Revenge discusses that revenge is usually something that never produces a good outcome and is typically only viewed as just if it publicly deserved.They state that “revenge is directed passionately at a specific target with the intent of doing them harm because you believe they have intentionally done you harm” (emotional competency). Usually people feel they have been attacked in some way or suffered an unjust loss or injury. They are feeling anger, hate, jealousy, envy, and or shame towards the situation. Sometimes people are simply humiliated. If another person made them feel powerless, foolish, ridiculous, stupid, or ashamed people might try seeking revenge against them.