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M. T. Dremer says
I never thought of it that way, but it makes sense. I read Joseph Campbells book, Power of the Myth and it did mention something like that.
Thomas Clarke says
How can one recognize something as good if one has never experienced evil? How is one recognized as good and another as bad? Because both good and evil exists and you can compare the two..
good and evil are individual judgement calls. If fire is "good" sometimes and "evil" other times, perhaps you can understand it using that analogy. Fire itself is NOT evil OR good. It just is. You decide if something is evil or good by your thoughts
You are referring to morals. It is subjective. However, there is pure good and pure evil when it comes to the supernatural.
Claire, the supernatural does not exist! That's why it is called "supernatural". Look up the definition of that word. So, no, there is no such thing as PURE evil/good and it doesn't have to do with "morals".
Lela, it is merely that which doesn't comply with the law of physics. It doesn't mean it doesn't exist or else would such a term exist? It transcends natural law.
The supernatural is that which is not subject to the laws of physics or, more figura
Things that do not conform to the natural physical laws cannot even be demonstrated BECAUSE they don't conform to natural physical laws. They only exist in your imagination.
I'm asking you, where did the term supernatural come if it hasn't been observed? Do you think empirical evidence is all that counts? In all honesty, you cannot say for sure the supernatural doesn't exist.
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