Introduce the concept of universe of obligation to students, and explain that it is one way to consider the benefits of belonging to groups and the consequences of being excluded an individual’s or group’s universe of obligation represents the extent to which they feel responsible for others.
“ the only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for the good man to do nothing” we must step up and expand our own “universe of obligation” don’t look at the victims with eyes of sadness, look at them with anger of this injustice, anger that will help you help them.
My universe of obligation has changed a little bit since we first completed it i don’t feel proud of myself to put just me in the center circle i still 100% disagree in putting just myself in the center i would like to include my family members and my dog i would be willing to sacrifice my life to save my family members or my dog from anything.
This essay is will help with the understanding of being/becoming a member of a group (and its benefits) and how people, groups, and societies universe of obligation effects the group one belongs to, with the tools of rhetorical analysis ethos – ethical appeal, pathos – emotional appeal, and logos – logical appeal. Here is a link to the outline and activity we present to learn more about the universe of obligation as you’ll see, the concept relates to the bystander, one who is present, yet not taking part in a situation that is occurring, yet could take action that would address a wrong or make a positive difference in another way.
Scientists believe that the universe was born after a massive explosion called the ‘big bang’ a long time after the big bang, stars like our sun were formed at that time, clouds of hot gases and particles revolved around the sun. Thank you so much for being part of the betterlesson community we will use your feedback to improve the experience for every teacher on our site.
But because there isn’t room (on the circles or in our lives) to care for everyone, each of us uses our own criteria: degree of need, interest or personal connection—to assess what makes it into our universe of moral concern.