The 's Laws Of Motion Essay

1148 Words Mar 19th, 2016 5 Pages
Every femtosecond, we experience Newton’s Laws of Motion, but do not realize it. In 1687, Isaac Newton formally published his three immortal Laws of Motion into one of his greatest works, the “Principa”. The third and shortest of these scientific marvels, relating to momentum, states that every action force has an equal and opposite reaction force, which is true not only in science but in life as well, where we can barely detect certain hypothetical reaction forces. An exemplary instance of this is when parents educate their children, then children educate their parents in return, a barely detected “reaction”. The power of children is also shown in Macbeth, The Bard’s jinxed Scottish Play, where symbol of children is prominent and numerous characters have different opinions regarding its meaning. In William Shakespeare’s tragedy Macbeth, children symbolize different themes to the variety of characters. King Duncan believes children show nobility, Macbeth is jealous of many people’s children, and Malcolm, a child of Duncan, shows independence. First, from Duncan’s perspective, children symbolize inherited traits and nobility, as his son Malcolm displays in the early stages of the play. When Macbeth slays Macdonwald in a bloody battle, he becomes the Thane of Glamis and Cawdor. The day prior to when Duncan visits Macbeth’s castle for a royal banquet, Duncan pronounces that “We will establish our estate upon / Our eldest, Malcolm, whom we name hereafter / The Prince of…

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