However, the actual state of the onions isn't unrelated to the act of the housewife at all. For example, there may be a case where many decayed onions exist and she is selecting them for the purpose to remove the rotten ones.

But wanting to exclude the decayed onions is definitely a motive on the side of the housewife, and it is not a motive on the side of the onions.

That is to say, when you consider the meaning of the classification of the onions, you will primary look at the housewife’s motive/purpose, and you will think about the actual state of the onions in the subordinate importance.

By the way, it seems to me that the essence of good and evil which is generally believed is like follows.

Comparing the standard of good and evil (this standard could be the rules/contracts which God specified or laws or ethics), the one which violates the standard is evil. Conversely, the one conforming that is good.

Or there may be a more simple way of thinking like as follows.

The one which God has created is good and the one which Satan has made is evil.

Now can you see that the above explanations are not about the purpose of the one who is on the side of judging but concerns the objects which are being judged only?

Applying this to the previous mentioned example, we can say that those definitions do not explain the house wife’s motive but only explain the onions itself, such as, there being onions which are decayed or made by criminals.

However, in the act of judgement, the one who is judged is merely an object like the onions. Please look at the next figure.


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