In the play Hamlet, the playwright William Shakespeare discusses Hamlet’s nature as a philosophical, deep thinker provides both rich language and interesting ideas throughout the play. He claims that human nature is ruled through one’s emotions and impulses. Shakespeare explains this idea within the play through the character Hamlet as Hamlet’s decisions are primarily controlled by his anger and despair. He also informs us that through emotion and trust, manipulation shaped many of the character’s decisions. Furthermore, he states Hamlet’s quest of avenging his father, slowly impairs his sense of morality. Shakespeare’s view of humanity as seen through Hamlet, that human nature is ruled through one’s emotions and impulses.
Firstly, Shakespeare uses thoughts and actions of Hamlet to show that his decisions control by his anger and despair. In Hamlet’s circumstances are surrounding by enemies, in this condition, he cannot believe anybody, even his mother and lover. This extreme isolation brings Hamlet extreme stress and depression, these effect his nature to become emotional disorder and impulsive behaviors that effects his nature. His anger and despair which culminate in the scene, where Hamlet impulsively stabs Polonius through the tapestry, during he drives his mother into a corner “HAMLET: What’s the problem now?… HAMLET: No, by the rood, not so. You are the queen, your husband’s brother’s wife, And-would it where not so!-you are my mother…HAMLET: Come, come, and sit you down. You shall not budge. You go not till set up a glass Where you may see the infos part of you. GERTRUDE: What will thou do? Thou will not murder me? Help, help, ho!”(3,4,15-20) On the analogy of this scene shows his anger and despaired starts control at this point, Hamlet revealed his mother is related of his father’s death, If Polonius are not there, Hamlet mudered his mother.