In his great novel The Brothers Karamazov, Dostoyevsky famously said, “Without God, everything is permissible.” The line comes up in the context of whether it is permissible for one of the brothers to kill their father, an evil man. Do you agree with Dostoyevsky or not, and why or why not?
Truly, I concur with Dostoyevsky. A society without God or reference to some heavenly power requests revenges for evil deeds. No absolution is rehearsed in such communities. The nonattendance of God in the network implies that Satan is in charge. Barker expressed that God speaks to beneficial things while Satan speaks to terrible things in the network. Generally said an inert personality is the devil’s workshop the network individuals will think it is all in all correct to submit murder for a person who is a thistle in the society. The person submitting the killings will be viewed as a legend for he has disposed of an issue in the network. Dostoyevsky’s brother will be hailed in the network for having disposed of the terrible man from exasperating the society.
Be that as it may, if the act of revenge is empowered in the society, there will be nobody left in the society toward the day’s end. As indicated by Shaha, a person who executes another will have submitted an evil deed and will be marked as the following objective of the death squad. An endless loop will be made where every one of the individuals who kill identity is named as evil practitioners and require them being killed. The killing will be winding in the network to decrease the number of persons in the society. Toward the day’s end, there will be just a single person staying after the total of what people have been executed. The one person remaining will feel they are too desolate to even think about living on the planet alone and will pick to end it all than remain alone.