Jean valjean does he ultimately finds fantine’s orphaned child and raises her, as his own lesson 2: as a leader, you are accountable for the ethics and morals of your people. This is to make inspector javert (geoffrey rush), the avenging fury who pursues the hero, jean valjean (liam neeson), relentlessly and remorselessly for year upon year, into a mere sadistic thug this is to miss the point about him, which is that he stands for absolute justice and rectitude. More evidence with the personal moral theories conflicting are evident when jean valjean promises fantine that he will take care of her daughter cossette he first must escape from mr jovert who is now aware that he is a convict.
Les misérables cinquième partie, jean valjean, i by victor hugo vol 9 without dogma a novel of modern poland by henryk sienkiewicz nouvelles semaines littéraires by armand de pontmartin. Jean valjean is also the product of the society he lived in, both in terms of the suffering which led to him stealing a loaf of bread, and the excessive sentence he received as punishment for his crime. 3 javert was in love with valjean this theory paints les misérables in an even more tragic light than the original story-line imagine a young javert, whose only solace is the absolute faith that he has in his beliefs.
Brooke wandler quality work essay jean valjean’s moral development in the novel les miserables, the author victor hugo takes us on a journey of moral development through the character jean valjean. Kant and mill’s theories on jean valjean kant and mill’s theories on jean valjean dictionaries can have similar thousands of meanings for the word “good. Jean valjean is the protagonist of victor hugo's 1862 novel les misérables hugo depicts the character's 19-year-long struggle to lead a normal life after serving a prison sentence for stealing bread to feed his sister's children during a time of economic depression and various attempts to escape from prison.
It's the story of jean valjean, a man who stole a loaf of bread (or maybe murdered somebody), and found a secret admirer in javert set in france, in the 1820s / 1830s (ie in the same universe as star trek), les misérables is a much-loved musical, based on a book which nobody has ever read. Teaching strategies typically, social work theory courses (such as human behavior in the social environment) introduce students to kohlberg or other theorists on moral development the literature on natural ethics) you may use jean valjean's case to demonstrate the many connections between biological needs and moral decision making, or. The moral development of jean valjean as seen in victor hugo's les miserables pangemanan, michael (2006) the moral development of jean valjean as seen in victor hugo's les miserables bachelor thesis, petra christian university.
One of the ethical theories the movie portrays is what is called a deontological, or rule-based theory, most clearly represented by the police inspector javert deontological ethical theories say that the moral thing to do in any given situation is to follow the rules, to obey the law, to do your duty. Jean valjean is a fictional character of victor hugo's 1862 novel les misérables hugo depicts the character's 19-year-long struggle to lead a normal life after serving a prison sentence for stealing bread to feed his sister's children during a time of economic depression and various attempts to escape from prison. Valjean to the behavior of the townspeople jean valjean’s progression of rejections valjean finally lies to the old woman about being a soldier and accepts her money.
Some moral dilemmas also, while it is common in modern ethics to address dilemmas merely in order to propose theories to resolve them, jean valjean's conscience, with some comments see the 1998 movie, les miserables, with liam neeson, uma thurman, and geoffrey rush. Ethics in les miserables business ethics – les miserables analysis when faced with concepts like crime and punishment, there is a majority of people who would claim that the law must be obeyed under all circumstances, without any exception - ethics in les miserables introduction. Ethics in les miserables 930 words 4 pages show more this is one of the first ethical theories that is addressed in les miserables the first example of this was at the very beginning, when jean valjean stayed with the bishop valjean show more.
All 3 theories could be applied here: virtuous ethics – valjean acted on the basis that this was his decision to make and that the decision would be a reflection of his individual character and integrity. Bio-ethics unit 1 bioethics ms sideco unit i study guide: history, theories/principles, enneagram, devine 1-3 you are responsible for everything we have done in class and for homework to this date below are some main terms and concepts to underscore. Jean valjean stands at the center of les misérables and becomes a trial figure for hugo’s grand theories about the redemptive power of compassion and love valjean goes into prison a simple and decent man, but his time in jail has a seemingly irreversible effect on him, and he emerges from the.