The question concerned with here is the posit of an independent property or entity which is called Evil, that is something separate from the human ability and capacity to create it. The conclusion reached from this quarter is that there is no such thing as the existence of Evil, independent of the capacity of the volition to utilize, exploit and cause injury or suffering to other sentient
creatures, for the purpose of the unnecessary benefit of some, at the expense of others, termed
Excess and Profit.
It is premised here that there is no such thing as the existence of Evil, as a real property which infects and affects chaste or non-evil substance or spirit, but rather it is a human creation, concept and form of consciousness. Evil is considered as a concept of human creation and is categorized into two classifications termed Incidental and Conceptual types of Evil. Negative and bad events that are not caused by human design, misconception, ignorance and stupidity, but rather result from the dynamics of the operation natural world, are termed Incidental Evil, because they are considered incidental to physical existence. The term Evil is applied, in reference to the common usage of certain segments of the general population, that ascribes Evil origins to every kind of natural phenomenon but which is Incidental.
The term Incidental Evil refers to those occurrences of the many negative aspects in the reality of human experience such as accidents, disease, misfortune, fire, flood or famine, that are independent of human action and making and that originate from what are called natural causes. The natural processes of the cosmological and planetary existence produce violence and suffering that is perpetrated unsolicited upon sentient creatures.
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