Today, there are many “disputes” around the definition of “good” and “evil”. It’s been all along. Confirmation is the presence of definitions of this concept in culture, religion (Islam, Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, Taoism, etc.), philosophy, psychology, ethics, theology.
And although in most cases good and evil are dual, antonymic, in some cases they mean action (intention, desire, act of mercy), and in others – state or moral values.
But one thing is clear: it is possible to determine good or evil only in relation to human actions. To create the General picture about these concepts, let us consider some definitions in different ways.