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Post Reply Is it possible to wear off evil from Humanity?
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Striferu wrote:

No, that's unrealistic optimism. Sure it would be great if that could happen in some way but most of us knows better. I'm so lucky to not grow up in constant war like other countries are so I can look at it in perspectives. I wonder what I would think if I was abused by war every minute. Definetly not these thoughts of love and courage and such. Yeah...


If you were responding to me, I wouldn't call nihilism optimism.
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If you were responding to me, I wouldn't call nihilism optimism.


* Nihilistic
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Its utopic, then no.
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saksiss wrote:

As long as there is good, there will always be evil.


That's a stupid phrase.



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If you were responding to me, I wouldn't call nihilism optimism.


* Nihilistic


You've just made it incorrect, lol. Read what he said again.
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The_Protector wrote:


If you were responding to me, I wouldn't call nihilism optimism.


* Nihilistic


Eh?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nihilism

I guess I could have stated it, "I wouldn't call nihilism optimistic." that might have been better.
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Why everything needs to have an opposite?
I don't buy that.

There's no such thing as cold. The cold is the lack of heat.
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goldslash wrote:

Why everything needs to have an opposite?
I don't buy that.

There's no such thing as cold. The cold is the lack of heat.


LOL, you just contradicted your comment. You just said "cold is a lack of heat", without the coldness there would be no heat, without the heat there would be no coldness.
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Sir_jamesalot wrote:

and this is a silly question because there's no such thing as morals. Therefore there is no evil or to paraphrase:
people are evil by default. To remove the evil from the world is to remove the humans or their ideas of justice.


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m-seversky wrote:


Sir_jamesalot wrote:

and this is a silly question because there's no such thing as morals. Therefore there is no evil or to paraphrase:
people are evil by default. To remove the evil from the world is to remove the humans or their ideas of justice.




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cpblair83 wrote:


Striferu wrote:

No, that's unrealistic optimism. Sure it would be great if that could happen in some way but most of us knows better. I'm so lucky to not grow up in constant war like other countries are so I can look at it in perspectives. I wonder what I would think if I was abused by war every minute. Definetly not these thoughts of love and courage and such. Yeah...


If you were responding to me, I wouldn't call nihilism optimism.


No, I wasn't. I was just replying to the thread in general.
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Oh yah?! OH YAH?! Yah, buddy!? IS THAT RIGHT?!

Well then, I apologize. *tips hat*
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pandrasb wrote:
"What I've noticed is that most herbivorous animals (not all) tend to be gentle in nature, like sheep, cows, rabbits etc.
While carnivorous and omnivorous animals (humans) are fierce in nature."

yes because house cats are super fierce



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GayAsianBoy wrote:


pandrasb wrote:
"What I've noticed is that most herbivorous animals (not all) tend to be gentle in nature, like sheep, cows, rabbits etc.
While carnivorous and omnivorous animals (humans) are fierce in nature."

yes because house cats are super fierce



Watch Tom & Jerry, then get back to me.



The bull, ram, and rooster are not so gentle
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pandrasb wrote:
The bull, ram, and rooster are not so gentle


No animals are gentle if provoked or threatened, even a bird will attack you if you try to steal its eggs, therefore my point that most herbivores are gentle in nature still stands.

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One cannot wear of evil when humanity itself is the evil of this world.
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