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Posted by M.W.Pearson on March 21, 2003 17:09:38 UTC

Time wrote:
"King further carried out this polar opposites idea with charge, postive and negative you can't have one with out the other. then he further carried the idea to the concept of good and evil. his contention was that evil could not exist with out good"

Hi, Tim...
I guess you are aware that hot and cold are
not opposites at all, but degrees along
a single continuum which draws its qualities
from the motion of particles? A cold spot on
the sun might be thousands of degrees Fahrenheit
(or Celsius). It is considered cold because
its surrounding solar territory is even hotter.
What do you think about the idea that the sources of good and evil might not be opposites either, but degrees along a continuum?
I say sources becauses good and evil are _not_ physical qualities like hot and cold, but instead are attributed by judgment.
Yes, that is interesting.

Mike

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