Heroes and Villains
Hercules, Jesus, James Bond, Luke Skywalker, Gandalf, Frodo, Harry Potter, Buffy Summers, Spiderman, Batman, Captain Kirk, Dr. Who, Darth Vader, Sauron, Voldemort, Lex Luthor, Dr. Doom, the Daleks, the Borg. Almost anybody living in the developed West would be able to group these individuals into two camps: the heroes and the villains. However, what criteria they may use to do this is less clear.
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Allen & Unwin Ltd , 1969 , Chapter 11 , “ The Council of Elrond ' . 9 . Plato , The
Republic , Introduction , Book 2 , pt 1 , cf . http : / / www . constitution . org / pla /
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evil masterminds 1 . Suskind , R . , The New York Times Magazine , 17 October
A similar point is made at the end of Chapter 2 of this book . 28 . Lombroso ,
Cesare , L ' Uomo Delinquente ( Criminal Man ) , 1876 . 29 . Cf . Chapter 3 . 30 .
Tolkien , The Fellowship of the Ring , Book II , Chapter 10 , ' The Breaking of the ...
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