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Whence Cometh Evil
Evil is conceptual, since it's a perception of action, not a indication of intentionality. Intent is an interpretation implied, not where depravity derived— intention & evil rarely coincide.
Evil is subjective, considering certain deeds are perceived more/less malevolent than others. Value is, after all, in the eye of the beholder.
Evil is contextual, for desperate times call for desperate measures. Even evil is contingent upon circumstance & is incoherent unless incidentally imbued.
Evil is pervasive, resemblant of fear, in that it's a forest in which the trees hide. It can sustain itself upon itself & is often it's own progenitor.
I can't imagine evil being anything other than hierarchical dominance. It's a social construct, a compilation of consequence, & is as inherit as aspiration.
You are evil; I am evil. It lies within us, is us, liable to gush forth, obliged, like lifeblood, at any provocation.