Monday, 28 April 2008

moral equation

apply to reality values, what do you get? is the last result really equal one another?
-specific resolution: wearing or not wearing any veil does not compare a bit with the amount of force into activating/deactivate it.
-general resolution: any "either,or" situation is always compared to multiplied reference forms of morality.
which means many judges for one case, each judge is assigned for one angle of it until the case gets totally exhausted because the reason scatters !

[clarification on problem: there are certain countries where veil is enforced, and in other countries, they enforce removing it]


Hitman1 said...

Help me follow your point here... are you saying the original reason for wearing a veil got diluted due to the different "reasons" why each different force (media, culture, etc) wants to enforce it for?

Deema said...

the original reason is one moral aspect included in the moral references, which is, yes, missed it its original point.

now, no one can see "an original reason" they all see images, reflections and inherits.. the original got deconstructed..

Deema said...

so my point is we shouldn't feel sympathy for those who got forced to remove hijab,, without thinking of those who got forced to wear it..

they are both similar but not looked at the same not judged the same way.

the veiled women seeks freedom in wearing it.. just like the other ones in a different country seeks freedom in removing it..