True and False, Right and Wrong, Good and Evil -- Video
Mr. Stolyarov elucidates on an important and often overlooked distinction among ideas, actions, and people. Ideas can be true or false. Actions can be right or wrong. People can be good or evil. Often, these terms are conflated and applied where they should not be. This can lead to decent people being called evil simply because they happen to hold some false ideas or engage in occasional wrong actions. This video urges its viewers to refrain from judging others as evil unless a preponderance of wrong actions of such a magnitude as to completely counterbalance the person’s right actions can be observed.
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G. Stolyarov II is an actuary, science fiction novelist, independent philosophical essayist, poet, amateur mathematician, composer, contributor to Enter Stage Right, Le Quebecois Libre, Rebirth of Reason, and the Ludwig von Mises Institute, Senior Writer for The Liberal Institute, former weekly columnist for GrasstopsUSA.com, and Editor-in-Chief of The Rational Argumentator, a magazine championing the principles of reason, rights, and progress. Mr. Stolyarov also publishes his articles on Helium.com and Associated Content to assist the spread of rational ideas. He holds the highest Clout Level (10) possible on Associated Content and is one of Associated Content's Page View Millionaires. Mr. Stolyarov has also written a science fiction novel, Eden against the Colossus, a non-fiction treatise, A Rational Cosmology, and a play, Implied Consent. You can watch his YouTube Videos. Mr. Stolyarov can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn about Mr. Stolyarov's novel, Eden against the Colossus, here.