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right and wrong - good and bad

Question: are the differences between right and wrong the same as the differencess between good and bad?
Created by: saff at 02:31:51 PM, Saturday, July 08, 2000 EDT


What the.......? Who gives a flyin f*ck?

AnonymousJul 24 2000 7:20pm

"Morality is doing what is right no matter what you are told. Religion is doing what you are told no matter what is right." -Anonymous

The Dancing Panda sees a connection!Jul 24 2000 7:20pm
I love the Panda's answer!!! I wasn't sure about the question or how to vote. People sometimes use the terms interchangably, and sometimes define them as being different, as in the quote shared with us by the Dancing Panda.

finderSep 06 2000 9:59pm
That was dumb

JeSuSFreAkFbCd2oo4Apr 26 2004 8:26am
There is a lot of difference between the two concepts. Right and wrong are absolutes you should always at least attempt to do what is right and avoid doing what is wrong throughout your life. Good and bad however are dualisms, they coexist tegether. What might seem bad to some and to society in general might serve ultimately the cause of what is right.

AnonymousFeb 21 2010 4:35am
I agree. Right and wrong is always possible to understand in any situation. But sometimes things that are bad can ultimately serve the greater good. I believe that right and wrong is shown, clearly, to us through nature (or God) and that it is the "good" in us that chooses the right. Fight evil with good, falsehood with truth, and hatred with love.

Jacob, fallen angelJan 25 2011 7:31pm
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