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  1. It's about the same as Socrates 'saying,” enduring injustice is better than inflicting it.” Or how the Christians won because they refused to win.

    Because in the struggle of ideals, the winner is the one who is true to the ideals, not the one who seeks to win. Those who strive to win will sooner or later give up their ideals, which means that they will lose in this struggle.

  2. We think that Tagore's catchphrase contains a hidden error that is related to human thinking: It is not worthy of a thinker to absolutize evil or good. They cannot exist without each other, just as the Moon (which represents evil )cannot exist without the Sun (representing good). And both are meant for each other. The division of human thinking into two opposites eventually leads the thinker into a “Da Vinci Corkscrew”, which is not so easy to get out of. Our reason identifies and separates basic concepts. They help a person to navigate in the 3.14 world, help to define himself, his place under the sun, help to find the meaning of his life, highlight the main idea and follow it. ..

    When Tagore talks about the priority of victory, he considers this victory from the side of virtue and does not rise above the opposite concepts, that is, he does not go into the sphere of pure reason and does not look down on the unity of seemingly polar concepts – good and evil.

    This line of thought can be expressed in other words, in the language of beautiful poetry: The world is one, my bright friend. It gives us a circle of light. Light beckons, but gold doesn't. Where are you going?” Where the Light is….

  3. Philosophy is a vague science.. any philosophical statement is valid mainly for what it has been applied to.. on those e quotes – do not chase after other people's statements.. become philosophers yourself.. otherwise, you will become a demagogue.. and on the topic of good and evil-the good, in its kindness, oddly enough, can refuse some means of achieving goals due to their harmfulness.. evil walks on corpses.. therefore, if you refused to kill and rob , you remained a poor person, and someone killed, stole, sat up and succeeded.. on this ground, as a rule, to achieve, you need to beat.. no wonder these words are the same root.. good often refuses to fight, not wanting bloodshed.. evil doesn't care about other people's blood.. that's why it wins..

  4. Evil is the eternal companion of man and Good.

    Evil – an error of thought or behavior-is always present.

    Perfect infallible thinking or behavior (Good) is unattainable.

  5. A person is basically arranged in such a way that absolute perfection (maximum Goodness) is unattainable for him in any direction,

    but absolute imperfection (maximum Evil) is easily achievable for him in all directions at the same time.

    The PROVERB- “A person's mind is very limited, but stupidity has no boundaries” – specifically illustrates the principle considered .

  6. Evil cannot stop, for it any stop is weakening and death. It's like a disease or parasite. Constantly need to expand, that is, victory over the good, getting all the new food. Without more destruction, evil will wither away. Good can live even when evil overcomes it.

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