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By Jean-Claude Wolf

The evil - das Bose - stands for dreadful deeds and overlook. Its symbolism is that of the impure, the darkish and the inferior. It takes carry via conduct and associations, in collective collaboration, in exclusion and marginalization, over the top punishments and despotism. Evil can be rife within the battle opposed to evil . in addition to the technique of prevention, a extensive spectrum of mirrored image and attention is additionally dedicated to earlier evil within the kind of remembering, guilt and regret. As responses to evil, reprimand and punishment are two-edged guns. Corrective measures are thought of, equivalent to reasonable and optimistic egoism, instead of "solutions" to put off evil."

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