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Arthur Koestler 'Darkness at Noon'

Title: Arthur Koestler 'Darkness at Noon'
Category: /Literature/English
Details: Words: 965 | Pages: 4 (approximately 235 words/page)
Arthur Koestler 'Darkness at Noon'
Arthur Koestler: ‘Darkness at Noon’ Revolutionary and political ethics ‘Darkness at Noon’ is the second novel of a trilogy, which revolves around the central theme of revolutionary ethics, and of political ethics in general: the problem whether, or to what extent, a noble ends justifies ignoble means, and the related conflict between morality and expediency. The theme of the novel relates to the ever-present predicament faced by the leaders of any political party or revolutionary …showed first 75 words of 965 total…
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…showed last 75 words of 965 total…consequently he must pay with his life and his reputation. Rubashov realized that it was not possible to put expediency above morality and conform to conventional ethics. Rubashov and accordingly Koestler concluded with his opinion that on the broader scale and also with the Stalinist State that noble ends is not justified by ignoble means. Koestler tackled the theme of revolutionary ethics, and decided that ethics in revolutionary movements do not comply with conventional ethics.

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