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Evil is harm in Triadic Philosophy.

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Evil is measured by
relative degrees of harm.
To be delivered from evil 
is to be  free from receiving or inflicting abuse. 
Bullying is evil,  devaluation of others is evil,
denial and diminishing of rights is evil.
The worst evil is conscious
inflicting of death.
The greatest evil results in the most death.
All inflicted death is the same 
though we tend to ignore what is not publicized.

We have designed a world where 
the ravages of nature are predictable. 
The front lines of deliverance from evil
are efforts to alter this.

Social and cultural harm
can only be combated by the advance of
nonviolent democratic revolution everywhere.
Promote tolerance, helpfulness, 
democracy and non-idolatry. 

Deliverance from harm AKA evil
is the daily objective of the 
Triadic Philosopher 

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