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This is Previous-Essay <== This-Essay ==> Following-Essay Click HERE on this line to find essays via Your-Key-Words. {Most frequent wordstarts of each essay will be put here.} ========================================================== %DOMINEERING EVIL BEHAVIOR CONSEQUENCE TERRIBLE BAD 040710 %RELATIONSHIPS ALIENATED ESTRANGED EXCOMMUNICATED 040710 %DETERMINE HUMANE CONSQUENCES INVULNERABLE NATURAL 040710 %NATURAL DESCRIPTIVE PRESCRIPTIVE PROSCRIPTIVE LAWS 040710 %PUNISH COERCE VIOLENT CONTROL FIX RESCUE SALVATION 040710 %PROMISE THREATEN HEAVEN POOR WEAK NAKED THIRSTY 040710 Domineering people may argue that EVIL-BEHAVIOR is behavior whose consequences are: terrible, bad, tragic, etc. It is difficult to label realities other than RELATIONSHIPS with the appellation "EVIL" and not thereby naturally-generate EVIL-RELATIONSHIPS. Naturally- generated consequences are generated independently of human decisions, choices and actions; not because of human decisions, choices and actions. The difficulty in trying to helpfully label some behavior as EVIL-BEHAVIOR is rooted in trying to separate out the human decisions, choices and actions which may play significant roles in determining what consequences follow or are associated- with the BEHAVIOR which domineering people are prone to label as "EVIL-BEHAVIOR". If the presumed "consequences" of some vulnerable people's behaviors are in fact determined by domineering people's punitive actions --- who is to be properly held accountable for the "consequences"; the vulnerable-people, or the punitive- domineering-people? In the middle of many-reflexive-relationships- of-alienation it is virtually impossible to make an unbiased judgment as to who "determined" the consequences following some multiple-action. Who had the power to "determine" the consequences; the weak-and-vulnerable people, or the strong, successful, rich and powerful domineering-people? Which is more likely? In the above kind of situation it is not even easy to determine the relative abilities of people to "determine" the consequences. Presumably weak and poor people sometimes turn the tables-of-power upon the initially wealthy-and-powerful; as in the French- Revolution and the American-Revolution. Were the Roman- Emperors or the Poor-Christians more powerful? Who can make an unbiased-judgment and say who caused what to happen in the end of the conflict? (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================