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Subject: Re: Person Attacks: ('On' - "The Evil One")
Date: Sun, 2 Dec 2001 09:31:17 -0800



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From: Tudor Georgescu <tgeorgescu-AT-home.nl>
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Sent: Sunday, December 02, 2001 7:16 AM
Subject: RE: Person Attacks: ('On' - "The Evil One")


> > Oh, OK, no one ever 'splained it to me like that before
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> One is beyond good and evil when he understands what is good and what is
> evil and he is able to choose between them. Me, one, I can define good
> and evil only metaphorically: think of a glass. No, for it has a usage
> value. Think of a sphere: intact is good and broken is bad.
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> Think of an orchestra: if they sing in harmony, they make good music.
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> To be is to become, to become is to exist.
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> Jethro, Priest of On
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There could be some exceptions to this rule. Take for instance one act which
is considered by all persons as bad. One bad act is not as bad as two bad
acts, right?

So if the actor is going to do good, then the actor needs to outweigh the
one bad act with two good acts. Knowing for instance that it will be
necessary to perform one bad to achieve two goods, results in a net balance
of one good.

If the actor performs one bad act and one good act, then the actor is not
acting morally, he is indifferent to the bad that he has intentionally
performed.

Two good notes in music outweigh one bad note. I am thinking of Dvorjck and
his "Ebony Suite" which is not music with perfect harmonies throughout.







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