The Boy, the Girl, the Fairy Captain, and the Hermits
Pr. Dan Yates, Ph.D
Makhtar Sagna, MBA Candidate
T HE B OY , T HE G IRL , T HE F ERRY
C APTAIN , A ND THE H ERMITS
1. List in order the characters in this story that you like, from most to least. What values governed your choices?
2. Rate the characters on their level of moral development. Explain.
3. Evaluate each character's level of courage. Discuss.
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The Boy, the Girl, the Ferry Captain, and the Hermits
There was an island, and on this island there lived a girl. A short distance away there was another island, and on this island there lived a boy. The boy and …show more content…
THE FAIRY CAPTAIN
THE FIRST HERMIT
THE SECOND HERMIT
MY RATING OF
MORAL/ETHIC GRADING SCALE
(0 TO 10)
[ 9/10 ]
He has great morals for refusing to compromise his inner values. He didn’t hesitate one second to display his telling courage and this is also highly commendable. Deep down I am sure he really loved her that why he was so disappointed and disgusted by the thought of sharing his sweetheart with someone else. His love is probably passionate and he is very likely an all or nothing kind of guy. It is either black or white for him. He is certainly no none sense kind of guy.
[ 2/10 ]
She exemplifies confusion, moral ambiguity, and dishonor. Of course there ethically also a grey line that no one should never cross. In her case she did and this led to a series of outcomes for which she will probably regret her action and poor judgment for the rest of her life. She will certainly miss the boy if she genuinely felt that he was truly the love of her life. I doubt it though due to the choice she made. [ 0/10 ]
Zero morality for this unethical guy. I give him no credit and his attitude speaks for itself. He is the incarnation of unfairness, abuse, and exploitation that we experience every day in our modern day
Societies. He needs a good exemplary spanking or a