This is the 8th of the series of 'Orders called good and evil'. Many people analyze the cause of the war.
It is often said, "Evil is evil."
"A=A" This is perfectly logical. It is a matter of course.
So why bother saying such an obvious thing? There should be a reason to say 'a matter of course.'
The writer thinks that the purpose of saying this phrase often lies in the suggestive effect to deepen the illusion of good and evil.
Naturally the more logical it sounds, the more suggestive effect it has.
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