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  1. A person who does evil is guided by a wrongly understood good. No one (at least not among humans) does evil for evil's sake. Everyone has some good in mind. Even if they are aware that some of their actions are evil, they imply that they are a necessary step towards good.

    • When doing things, people look either to the past or to the future.
    • I was somehow influenced, SO I do it. A person rolls where the surrounding events roll him. There is no concept of “consequences”for it. He's doing something he'll regret, he's stupid.
    • And people who are guided by THE FUTURE do things “IN ORDER TO”. For such people, the influence of the past does not exist, because in the present, a person changes what can be influenced, and the past cannot be influenced.
    • Theoretically, a person of the second category can act out of spite so that the abuser understands that it is better not to mess with you, but in reality he is poorly aware of the consequences. A person who acts out of spite resumes bad actions in his memory, firmly recording them in his own and other people's memory, turning these actions into habits, and this is evil and stupidity.
  2. Well, first of all, “out of spite” is written together. Secondly, the presence of individuality by definition implies opposition to the rest of the world. therefore, it is natural for an immature person to do things differently from what is expected of him. The individual does not yet know exactly how it differs from the mass, so it does everything differently from everyone else. At least, it tries to act that way.

  3. he is guided by a false sense of justice, which is dictated to him by the voice of aggrieved egoism. When a person takes a possessive position, it looks as if everything revolves around him – he is like a god, like a judge passing his own judgment and punishment on others who, from the point of view, deserve it. He doesn't worry about it, because “God” doesn't have to worry about it. And only when he understands that it is impossible to put his personality at the head of the criterion of good and evil, he begins to reflect, evaluate, think, and so on.

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