Irrationality Essay Topics

Irrationality and incomprehensibility

Failure to function adequately suggests that individuals are not able to cope with everyday life and the behaviours they exhibit prevent them from being able to work or conducting satisfying relationships, for example. Rosenhan and Seligman (1989) suggested range of characteristics such as suffering, maladaptiveness, vividness and unconventionality, unpredictability and loss of control, irrationality and… View Article

Emotionless Irrationality

As attested by Dr. Deborah Schurman-Kauflin, the women who murder their children are always ‘narcissistic’ and dramatic (Schurman-Kauflin, 2009). Casey Anthony had an ‘out of sight, out of mind’ outlook following the disappearance of her child Caylee; Casey had always made it clear that she considered taking care of her child a burdensome task. This… View Article

Effects of Guilt in Crime and Punishment

Guilt is a force in all that has the ability to bring people to insanity. When guilt becomes great enough, the effects it has on people go much deeper than the surface. People’s minds and body’s are overpowered by the guilt that consumes them every second they live with their burden. The devastating effects of… View Article