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Journal 1 - Kristen Wolbrink ARLT 101g 8/30/05 Journal 1...

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Kristen Wolbrink ARLT 101g 8/30/05 Journal 1 The formal definition of evil is to act morally bad or wrong. I believe that this is a good, but not a complete definition of the word evil. Evil is often harmful to others in an intentional way and has no intention of good. Evil can be in relation to a person, in relation to religion, or in relation to demons and other such creatures. It usually pertains to either people or a person, or some type of spirit or mythical creature such as a demon or the devil. Evil is something we like to watch on screen while we know we are protected, but fear in the real world. The world itself brings about fear in a number of ways such as an evil person who may harm you or even just the feeling you get walking around at night with a foreboding that something out there is hiding and waiting for you. Other words that often have a similar connotation are wicked, sin, and malicious. The first word that comes to my mind when I think of evil is the devil. This is pertaining to religion
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This note was uploaded on 03/25/2008 for the course ARLT 101g taught by Professor Gustafson during the Fall '07 term at USC.

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