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Self Deception, Comparison between Sorrows of Young Werther and Frederick Douglass
Goethe made a character that came in contact with several people who deceived themselves for one reason or another. Frederick Douglass came in contact with more people who made false reasons for them to believe in something. It's not rare in society that someone makes him or herself think one thing for their own satisfaction but is actually the opposite. When a person does deceive himself, society does nothing to prevent it. In fact, in most cases, societies spur the actions on, further giving the individual more of a reason to continue or increase the extent of their deeds.…
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