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ID number:611489
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Published: 06.05.2004.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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Emotion, when woven into the minds of humans, is the groundwork for the deadliest of weapons, and for the most righteous of actions. Malo, übel, malus, kwaad, diabolique, and evil, are all words to represent the symbolic extreme associated with the most destructive of human emotions, and its polar opposite, referred to as bueno, bon, gut, goed, bonus, and good (among others), constitutes the emotion to which all things benevolent are derived. In English, "good" and "evil" are simply names given to the symbolic extremes of this mindless confusion. These emotions, both having qu…

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