C.S. Peirce, 'Collected Papers', CP 5.119
Triadic Philosophy believes that some things are evil and must be named as such.
Most evils exist under the heading of conscious acts that are harmful.
Harm (evil) should be measured according to its effects and those who inflict it called to account.
Triadic Philosophy affirms the equal rights of every person on the planet.
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