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Moral, Political and Social Implications of Evil: A Study

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This study explores the moral, political and social implications of evil through two different essays. The first essay discusses the implications of evil in the context of Lilith, while the second essay focuses on police brutality against African Americans in the US. The study highlights the role of moral, political and social factors in shaping the perception of evil and suggests ways to overcome it.
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ILS4190 1Assignment – 1(1)IntroductionIn this essay, the moral, political and social implication is used to describe the person, group when the evil term is used. There are two types of evil word s used in two different way one is when people are intentionally doing wrong things and the second one is a natural one.DiscussionWhen the person is doing something wrong or harming other due to their actions, then it is considered that he or she is evil. In the history of Lilith, it was said that there was a pregnant woman and their baby has killed by some people so that people are considered as evil as their moral allowed them to kill the pregnant lady's child.As the daughter of Lilith, she was considered as a white witch in the painting who kills the sons of Adam and the Eve, daughter, so the witch is determined as "evil." So it was believed of the society that whenever their daughter takes birth, she became witch or evil. So this is the social implication about the evil. The female night demon is Lilith as per the society. (Zank and Michael, 136-138)ConclusionIt is concluded that moral, political and social implication is the factor to describe the people, group when it is about the evil as it was the moral and the society which makes the person evils as if their morale is low then they do an action that harms the other and sometimes society makesthe person evil. As in the Lilith, the daughter of Lilith became the white witch.
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ILS4190 2(2)IntroductionIn this paper, it is going to discuss the evil, whether they really exist or not and if they really exist what can the people will do to struggle against evil.DiscussionThe word evil is sarcasm; it is basically the word used for the person who does not do the ethnic things and may harm the person and the society surrounded by them. So the person who is not doing the things which are appropriate to the society, morale and the environment of the world that person is treated as evil.Is someone dreamed and waked up and found that there is evil then it means that person surrounded by the good people. There basically two types of evils on the earth one is a natural one and the second one is intentionally one. So it is the battle of ourselves only whether to develop the moral not to harm the others or if anyone become morally evil then try to overcome it with the help of love and pray to God. (Shakespeare William, 2005)ConclusionIt is concluded that there is nothing like evil, it is just a word that defines what is bad. There is always something good or bad, so the term is used to describe the word bad. So it is not surprising that there is no evil on the planet earth it's just that person has the capacity to fight their own thoughts and desire and become the good man, not the evil.
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