Analysis of Cartoons

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The two ethical issues that are explained in the cartoon (Calvin and Hobbes) are cheating, and choosing between success or principles. These are two ethical issues that we are faces with on an almost daily basis. The fact that we are submitting our marks to university and have the pressure to make good grades adds to our willingness to choose cheating over not cheating. Cheating is a very easily accomplished task, that anybody can do. Wrong things are always easy to do, and bring you pleasure on a short term basis. Cheating, regardless of age, is an immoral act that is partaken by all, and consideration to cheat in order to gain an advantage is thought to be a common place in our society. As the little boy states in the comic strip, "of course, most everybody cheats some time or other. People always bend the rules if they think they can get away with it. Then again, that doesn't justify my cheating . Using that point that everybody cheats is for people who are ignorant, because if everybody jumped off a

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