3 Answers

  1. There is no global concept of good and bad, applicable in any case. Good and bad are determined only in the form of raising or lowering certain characteristics that the evaluator is interested in.

  2. You will find the answer to your question in Vladimir Mayakovsky's famous poem “What is Good and What is Bad”. “Baby son came to his father and asked the baby,

    what is good and what is bad?”

    It's bad if the boy is dirty, offends the younger ones,

    I tore up a book and a ball in a row, just a coward, a slob. …

  3. Tiny son came to his father and asked tiny:

    What is good and what is bad?

    If you drank well, it means bad in the morning,

    If the morning is good, then I drank badly!

    Ferstein?!

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