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Ethical Analysis of "A Gorgeous Mind" "A Beautiful mind" is a story based on the life span of John Forbes Nash, who is a famous mathematician. Unfortunately, he is suffering from paranoid schizophrenia which majorly impacts his personal and social existence. Schizophrenia is a mental disorder in which the patient's ability to operate is impaired by severely distorted beliefs, sensations, and thought processes (Hockenbury, 2010). John Nash, the main character, faces many challenges in his professional life as well as in his personal life. His buddies who later become his colleagues believe that he's just plain crazy. They also find him entertaining. However, they cannot resist looking down on him for his strange behaviour, issues with deadlines, and hardship with women. John is often diverted by visual hallucinations, experiences involuntary motions, and has problems communicating with others appropriately. Despite his condition, John Nash reveals the Brouwer's fixed point theorem while he is still attending Princeton University, and he finally brings his peers' and his professor's honor. He marries a grad student, Alicia. She doesn't have any comprehension of John's psychological disorder until his illness starts to worsen and that he becomes institutionalized and diagnosed with schizophrenia. She loves him and feels obligated to treat him although John endangers her and their baby's life also. She understands that staying with Nash is an important duty; nonetheless, she makes the decision to take care of him and also to take care of the consequences. Unfortunately, schizophrenia is a complex and misunderstood psychological illness, sometimes resulting in society's consequences for all those afflicted by this illness, such as John Nash. Societ...