Evidence: In the film Inside Out fear is portrayed as the emotion that is on constant lookout for every possible danger that could harm Riley. This emotion evaluates the possible dangers and risks involved in Riley’s everyday activities such as leaping over a power cord.
Evidence: In the book Lord of the Flies, Ralph is constantly in fear of lacking the skills needed to be the leader of the other boys. This fear causes Ralph to feel incompetent, as the other boys seem to spiral into madness. Ralph lives in fear of losing his boys to savagery.
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Claim: While anger can sometimes cause an individual to make irrational and ludicrous ideas, this emotion can also be crucial in defending what is right and what is wrong. Anger can be the driving forces to put an end to injustices that have been wrong.
Evidence: In the article, “The science of ‘Inside Out,’” written by Dacher, argues the benefits of experiencing anger. This informative article states, “...it is anger that moves social collectives to protect and remedy injustices” (2). Whether those injustices are as important as police brutality or as simple as injustices like no dessert for Riley as presented in Inside Out.
Evidence: However, in Lord of The Flies, anger drives Jack to go to extremes in order to prove his superiority against Ralph. Jack’s anger leads him to belittle poor piggy to appear as a strong authority figure to the other boys. Ultimately, this anger drives him to not only participate in Simon’s murder but also the attempted murder of