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Every human being on the earth sooner or later faces one of the most important philosophical notions which could be formulated as the concept of good that could be defined in order to be true and applicable in any situation that arises From the first glance definition of such a concept could seem evident because people often think that judging whether something is good or bad is so natural that a question of how to make such a judgment seems unnecessary but in reality it often appears so that there are hundreds and thousands of situations the result of which either could not be judged as good or bad at all or could be considered from different points of view After saying this it is possible to go even further thus to say that any event could be evaluated as bad or good relying exclusively on the code of ethics of the person who is going to make such an evaluation Thus what is good then To illustrate consider an example Imagine any war that has ever happened on earth Ask yourself is the war good or bad Well you would probably say that it is bad Then I would say to you that in reality the answer of such an evident as it could seem question depends on your character style of thinking culture and other individual characteristics that influence your opinion The war is bad because it is concerned with numerous victims and one can say that it is meaningless thus has no positive results it does not create anything except ruins Nevertheless the war is good because it could be the only mean to restore justice to grant freedom to some class of citizens it could bring numerous material advantages even in relative consideration of human deaths Indeed somebody could say that wars are natural they come out of human character they constitute mass struggle for existence To support the fact that
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