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    Quote Originally Posted by oberon View Post
    What if they understand the implications of what they do, and happily do things that harm people anyway?
    But that's just it. Someone who understands the implications of everything they do would understand that to harm others is to harm yourself.
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    A snapshot at values...

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    Honesty, Friendliness, Kindness, Benevolence, Morality, Altruism, Modesty, Independence, Self Respect, Helpfulness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oberon View Post
    What if they understand the implications of what they do, and happily do things that harm people anyway?
    Reminds me of a school bully..
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    Quote Originally Posted by IrishStallion819 View Post
    Reminds me of a school bully..
    In that they know they're being destructive or in that they do it out of a lack of self-worth?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brendan View Post
    In that they know they're being destructive or in that they do it out of a lack of self-worth?
    Probably both...Though people tend to give people crap because of the lack of self worth....no matter how confidant or put together they seem...but yet there are people that just love givin people a time..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brendan View Post
    But that's just it. Someone who understands the implications of everything they do would understand that to harm others is to harm yourself.
    Provided, of course, they share your perspective on the matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IrishStallion819 View Post
    Probably both...Though people tend to give people crap because of the lack of self worth....no matter how confidant or put together they seem...but yet there are people that just love givin people a time..
    Why not take the time to find out why they act like bullies? Bullies and mean people and whathaveyou are still people. And if all it takes to get someone to stop being a bully is to show them some validation then aren't we just as responsible for his bullying by not doing what we know will prevent it?
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    And after adding them all up, this forum holds the following values in the highest regards...

    Honesty
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    Kindness/Compassion/Empathy
    Morality/Ethics/Fairness
    Openness/Tolerance
    Critical Thinking (The ability to question oneself and others)
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    good and evil might exist as concepts, but do good and evil people exist? people that are completely good or evil? I don't think so. So for the purpose of this thread good and evil don't exist.

    Actions can be good or evil; not people. Even people who might perform many evil actions aren't *evil*. You can't be an ideal incarnate can you?

    Morals are very dependent on culture, much more than people would usually like to believe, but, sure, I do think that there are things that are wrong no matter the circumstance; still I might be able to find an explanation for them, and understand the people who did them. No matter how twisted or sick or criminal someone might be, he's still human. For me the idea of human excludes any extremes like good or evil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorareever View Post
    good and evil might exist as concepts, but do good and evil people exist? people that are completely good or evil? I don't think so. So for the purpose of this thread good and evil don't exist.

    Actions can be good or evil; not people. Even people who might perform many evil actions aren't *evil*. You can't be an ideal incarnate can you?

    Morals are very dependent on culture, much more than people would usually like to believe, but, sure, I do think that there are things that are wrong no matter the circumstance; still I might be able to find an explanation for them, and understand the people who did them. No matter how twisted or sick or criminal someone might be, he's still human. For me the idea of human excludes any extremes like good or evil.
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