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  Evil Inc. by Brad Guigar - A Daily Webcomic
That's just sick in how cool that idea was.
Brian Bendis' remarks during the panel eluded to a special one-shot planned for the first quarter of 2009, writen by him and illustrated by Alex Maleev.
Use of content or images without the consent of the author is prohibited.
www.evil-comic.com   (1162 words)

Evil, in a large sense, may be described as the sum of the opposition, which experience shows to exist in the universe, to the desires and needs of individuals; whence arises, among humans beings at least, the sufferings in which
evil be inseparable from the finite, but it tended to disappear as the finite approached its final union with the infinite.
evil was fatal to the supposition of the
www.newadvent.org /cathen/05649a.htm   (4770 words)

  Evil - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Evil may be personified in the form of a figure of evil, such as Satan or Ahriman.
Evil is defined in Thomistic metaphysics as the absence of a "good" which could and should be present; it is a lack of something that should be present.
The evil peaks in the violence of hatred that is at the origin of all the crimes, of all the wars and of all the genocides.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Evil   (3938 words)

Evil is the modus operandi of Satan from the time of his fall throughout the angelic revolution and down to the point when be became the ruler of the world.
Evil attempts to produce a human good panacea which is expected to solve the problems of life apart from doctrine and divine establishment.
Evil produces the erroneous concept of "brotherly love." The whole idea of government trying to abolish sickness, mental illness, economic problems, frustrations, and human problems by legislation and human solutions is Evil.
www.realtime.net /~wdoud/topics/evil.html   (4314 words)

 The Problem of Evil: Evidential Arguments from Evil
Unlike the logical argument from evil, which holds that the existence of God (so defined) is logically incompatible with some known fact about evil, the evidential (or probabilistic) argument from evil contends that some known fact about evil is evidence against the existence of God.
The Anthropic Coincidences, Evil and the Disconfirmation of Theism (1995) by Quentin Smith
The Evidential Argument from Evil (1998) by Nicholas Tattersall
www.infidels.org /library/modern/nontheism/atheism/evil.html   (1991 words)

 Comparative Religion - The problem of evil in world religions
Evil is the perpetuation of illusion by the factors that fuel the chain of dependent origination (paticca-samuppada).
What is usually called evil, as physical and mental manifestation, is the result of a lack of balance between the two opposing principles and corresponds to a bigger participation of the Yin principle.
Evil belongs to the nature of the world, so humans have to subscribe to the universal harmony and respect the equilibrium of the two polarities.
www.comparativereligion.com /evil.html   (4092 words)

Evil is a foreign intrusion upon mankind it is allowed but does not flow from God as he is love, evil is not the opposite of good but devoid of anything good.
Evil is like rot to a tree, rust to a car it corrupts good its not the opposite of good.
Evil of course does not only come from the Devil all the time but man is very capable to do much harm since we are unable to recognize what is right.
www.letusreason.org /Apolo4.htm   (2747 words)

 Evil - SourceWatch   (Site not responding. Last check: )
According to the Catholic Encyclopedia (http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/05649a.htm), evil, "in a large sense, may be described as the sum of the opposition, which experience shows to exist in the universe, to the desires and needs of individuals; whence arises, among humans beings at least, the sufferings in which life abounds.
These "evil ones" represent a clear and present danger and are the enemies of freedom and a danger to civilization.
Next, since it was necessary to expand against the Axis of evil engaged in the war on freedom, late in 2002 and early 2003, a coalition of the willing was enlisted in the fight against evil in Iraq, i.e.
www.sourcewatch.org /index.php?title=Evil   (2095 words)

To view that all evil in the world is the handiwork of some outside agency (Satan or demon) shows the subtle influences of ignorant dogma.
Since the evil and one's Karma cannot be separated, the root of all evils lies in man. When the Spiritual ignorance (absence of Self-knowledge) dims the intelligence, then desires and fear creep up and make their demand.
Since the Shabad is the killer of Maya, it is the destroyer of ignorance, it is the slayer of ego, it is the defacer of duality, it is the fire (Divine Knowledge) that burns the seed of corrupt intellect and deluded mind.
www.gurbani.org /webart60.htm   (3864 words)

 The Problem of Evil (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
To formulate the argument from evil in terms of the mere existence of any evil at all is to abstract to the greatest extent possible from detailed information about the evils that are found in the world, and so one is assuming, in effect, that such information cannot be crucial for the argument.
Aiken (1957-58) — had defended incompatibility versions of the argument from evil, and it is natural to formulate such arguments in an abstract way, since although one may wish to distinguish, for example, between natural evils and moral evils, reference to concrete cases of evil would not seem to add anything.
The problem with that premise, as we saw, is that it can be argued that some evils are such that their actuality, or at least the possibility, is logically necessary for goods that outweigh them, in which case it is not true that a perfectly good being would want to eliminate such evils.
plato.stanford.edu /entries/evil   (15000 words)

 Peering Through a Glass Darkly: Responding to the Philosophical Problem of Evil - Apologetics Resource Center (ARC)
Evil and suffering exist and they are often overwhelming in their magnitude.
10 God allows evil, but when he does, he always has a good reason for doing so, namely, to bring about some greater good that could not be had without allowing the evil in question.
There may not be a specific reason unique to any given instance of evil for why that evil happened, but there is a reason that God has (a general, over-arching reason) for why it happened nonetheless.
www.arcapologetics.org /articles/article09.htm   (4884 words)

 Peter's Evil Overlord List
If you enjoy it, feel free to pass it along or post it anywhere, provided that (1) it is not altered in any way, and (2) this copyright notice is attached.
This Evil Overlord List grew out of the exchanges on what is now the Star Trek mailing list "shields-up@spies.com", beginning in 1994 (when it was still "startrek@cs.arizona.edu").
She would be as beautiful as she was evil, but one look at the hero's rugged countenance and she'd betray her own father.
www.eviloverlord.com /lists/overlord.html   (4179 words)

 Evil Dead
As the survivors see their friends and love ones turned into hideous, murdering demons, they learn that the only way to kill the possessed is to dismember their bodies.
When evil is in control, the clock stops and begins to moves backwards.
"Evil Dead" originally was to be finished in 7 weeks, but was stretched to 11.
www.houseofhorrors.com /evildead.htm   (863 words)

 Evil   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Evil has been around a long time, and most of us recognize it when we see it.
But, true evil isn't as obvious as most of us grow up believing, and our views of what constitute evil actually differ from person to person.
Exodus 20:3 (NIV) Worshiping ourselves violates this and was the root of the sin of Adam and Eve, and is the root of all evil.
www.lbministry.org /id42.htm   (1013 words)

The book analyzes in detail the concepts introduced in the abstract and is replete with illustrations from daily life, newspapers, history books, and my own personal experience.
Evil is the disruption or destruction of a potential for enjoyment in sentient beings, especially animals and humans.
Sentient beings are vulnerable to destruction because of internal failure and external conflict.
www.frontiernet.net /~kenc/evil.htm   (359 words)

 Kurt Leege: On the Meaning of Evil
This is the appropriate lexicon, however, we seem to have forgotten the meaning of 'evil', and with it the nature of justice.
Contrast this with the ideas of 'evil' and 'justice' as they are commonly parceled out today and we find two angry, displaced children cut off from their history.
For most in America 'evil' is an action perceived to be against our personal or collective interest and 'justice' means the elimination of that threat [be it through death or imprisonment].
www.counterpunch.org /leege1122.html   (1043 words)

 The necessity of "evil." By Christopher Hitchens - Slate Magazine
And he will do so, in his own words, because this is "the lesser evil." So, it seems that we cannot quite do without the word, even though it's worth noticing that some people only employ it in an ironic or relativist sense, as a quality that must be negotiated with, accommodated, or assimilated.
Her phrase "the banality of evil" also enjoys wide currency, serving to help us understand the ways in which "ordinary men" can be mobilized or conscripted to do exceptionally ghastly things.
It may not be of much help, in propaganda terms, to describe an enemy as "evil." Time spent in understanding and studying a foe is always time well spent, and absolutist categories may easily blunt this rigorous undertaking.
www.slate.com /id/2076195   (1290 words)

 evil - Definitions from Dictionary.com
that which is evil; evil quality, intention, or conduct: to choose the lesser of two evils.
Evil was the word the Anglo-Saxons used where we would use bad, cruel, unskillful, defective (adj.), or harm, crime, misfortune, disease.
Unlike the adjectives in the cretinous/losing/brain-damaged series, `evil' does not imply incompetence or bad design, but rather a set of goals or design criteria fatally incompatible with the speaker's.
dictionary.reference.com /browse/evil   (755 words)

 Amazon.com: Evil: Books: Aeg   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Evil is as multifaceted and heterogeneal as good, and no two evil characters are alike (compare Hitler, Hannibal Lecter, Darth Vader, and Jack the Ripper), and this book completely explores each kind of evil, its origins (how characters become evil), its motivations and its goals.
The art and the illustrations may not be this books strong points (actually they're not very good), but its contents are very solid, well written, and extremely useful for every DM and player out there.
Gothic, philosophical, and pragmatic in its game applications, "Evil" is one of the best books from AEG (Alderac Entertainment Group), and a must read for anyone who wants to play an evil character, or for anyone who wants to truly understand the psychology of the evil character.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/1887953329?v=glance   (973 words)

 President Delivers State of the Union Address
States like these, and their terrorist allies, constitute an axis of evil, arming to threaten the peace of the world.
None of us would ever wish the evil that was done on September the 11th.
We've come to know truths that we will never question: evil is real, and it must be opposed.
www.whitehouse.gov /news/releases/2002/01/20020129-11.html   (3728 words)

 Definition of evil - Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
evil impulse> b : arising from actual or imputed bad character or conduct evil reputation>
evil institution of slavery> b : marked by misfortune :
See a map of "evil" in the Visual Thesaurus
www.m-w.com /dictionary/evil   (78 words)

 Resident Evil: Apocalypse (2004)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The sequel to Resident Evil – in which a group of scientists and special forces get trapped in a giant underground facility overrun with zombies and mutants – is pretty much what you'd expect.
After being captured by the Umbrella Corporation at the end of the first film, almost-sole-survivor Milla Jovovich (the only supermodel in the world who you can take seriously as an action heroine) wakes up in an abandoned laboratory in Raccoon City to find that the zombie-animating "t-virus" has spread to the surface.
Be honest – unless you're a metrosexual poseur or a card-carrying member of the PC Police, you probably love this stuff as much as I do.
www.imdb.com /title/tt0318627   (729 words)

 Are Software Patents Evil?
There are really two variants of that question, and people answering it often aren't clear in their own minds which they're answering.
Google's "don't be evil" policy may for this reason be the most valuable thing they've discovered.
But evil as patent trolls are, I don't think they hamper innovation much.
www.paulgraham.com /softwarepatents.html   (4416 words)

In a story ripped straight from the headlines, "The Covenant" follows four teenaged warlocks who believe they may have unleashed a horrible, evil force upon the world.
Tony Jaa brings his fists and feet of fury to bear in "The Protector," his followup to "Ong Bak." Read more here.
"Although Evil eventually suffers from its heavy-handed treatment of its subject, it is a well-made and engrossing melodrama."
www.rottentomatoes.com /m/evil   (942 words)

 The Evil Dead (1981)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Before Spiderman and before the countless spin-offs of this movie were made or even conceived, Raimi and friends decided to make a low budget zombie flick mainly for fun, and surprisingly it has become a masterpiece of shock and horror.
Possibly a perfect example of how to make an entertaining film on a shoe-string budget, The Evil Dead delivers what it promises, the ultimate in grueling horror.
Even with it's mild budget and sometimes shaky acting, TED shocks and spooks the audience through chilling atmosphere and some of the most violent effects ever put on film.
www.imdb.com /title/tt0083907   (872 words)

 Shop.WND.com - A WorldNetDaily Exclusive!
From the federal government to the public school system to the news media to the hidden creators of "youth culture," nothing is exempt from the thousand-watt spotlight of Kupelian's journalistic inquiry.
In the end, "The Marketing of Evil" is an up-close, modern-day look at what is traditionally known as "temptation" — the art and science of making evil look good.
In 'The Marketing of Evil,' David Kupelian treats parents to a rare insider look at exactly how our children — and adults too — are being lied to, confused, and seduced by radicals and phony experts.
shop.wnd.com /store/item.asp?ITEM_ID=1679   (1127 words)

 dack.com > web > flash is evil
At the time of the initial publication of "Flash is Evil" (September 1999), I didn't see Flash as much of a threat to the Web as envisioned by Tim Berners-Lee.
Sure, it would be used for an x-rated movie here, an annoying splash screen there, or a site no one visits anyhow, but it couldn't ever take over the Web...
Message: I read your "Flash is Evil" article, and I have to say I agree with you on almost all of it.
www.dack.com /web/flash_evil.html   (2105 words)

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