evildoing


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Intentional evildoing was a prominent trait in the actions of the terrorist Breivik.
This was illustrated by a discourse that combined Frelimo war rhetoric on Renamo as the 'internal enemy' with the local idiom of evildoing.
Treyvon Martin was killed because George Zimmerman believed he could pre-empt some imagined evildoing using his handgun and Florida's Stand Your Ground law.
He was convinced of the victim's evildoing and thought he had got what he deserved.
At a time when most communist states no longer exist and their varied misdeeds are largely forgotten, this volume is a bracing reminder of the totalitarian variety of evildoing, nourished by uncompromising beliefs and commitments.
For both Arendt and Hayden, political action stems not only from the wellspring of human creativity and ingenuity, but also is a response to the very plague that threatens to destroy such creativity and ingenuity in the first place: evildoing.
Her balanced analysis reveals his humanness without evoking empathy for his loathsome acts, but deepening our understanding of the circumstances in which human beings engage in evildoing.
In [modern] conspiracy theories," Kay says, "the imagined evildoing cabal would come by many names--communist, globalist, neocon.
All I was looking for was quality resident care, but my coworkers perceived this as evildoing.
Yet this ubiquity is not to be confused with a uniform or obvious projection of cruel intent in evildoing.
Likewise, did the boyfriend want to impress his girlfriend or shore up their renewed relationship by joining in the evildoing (proactive aggression)?
The football season may be over, but the battle for free speech and journalism against bullying petty tyrants who compound their evildoing by inappropriately playing the anti-Semitism card may never be.
Vetlesen, AJ 2005, Evil and human agency: understanding collective evildoing, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.
In his reconstruction of the relationship between structure, history, and material culture in Beqa, Crosby (1988b) suggests that the italanoa of firewalking served the purpose of accommodating the evolution of Beqan culture, from an age of gods to an age when men and gods mingled freely, where the gift of vilavilairevo does not involve the negotiation of any evil power and it is not the result of evildoing.
The Arabs must take advantage of the global condemnation of Israel's evildoing by pushing for peace, not a showdown, another European official said, Abu Nasr added.