The Brothers Karamazov chapter 4 Analysis and response.
Chapter four of The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoyevsky raises some serious issues about religion and society in general. The conversation between Ivan and Aloysha provides the rationale behind the belief that one would be more reasonable and compassionate by not believing in god. Also, the morals of society come into question as the two brothers question society's norms. While this story takes place during a time very much different from present day, the questions raised are still relevant today.
If you were to ask a hundred people if they loved their neighbors there is no doubt that…
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