>>12655220>You base your judgement of good and evil on their ultimate end or motives? Well that might explain why we see things differently, I just base it on the single actions or lack thereof and what they cause, be it collateral or intentional.
Not on ultimate ends or motives. If someone doesn't do something that should have been done that would have saved lives because he wasn't aware of the consequences, does it make the person evil, as opposed to not doing it just so that damages are done?
I think there needs to be a sinister motive behind an action for it to be evil. Evil is a different thing from unethical, ignorant, or stupid.