3.Master-servant relationship with good and evil

If right and wrong works as an order, then there will surely be someone who commands and another who obeys, of course. This means there is a master-servant relationship.

Generally, how does a master-servant relationship work?
The master induces the servant to submit by giving reward and punishment. The master gives its protection to the servant who obeyed, while the servant expects the master's protection, relies on it and depends on it.

Whether the master-servant relationship is to be established or not will depend on if the servant submits to the orders or not, namely if he/she accepts the authority of the master or not.

Let me show you very simple examples which concern the master-servant relationship between good and evil and human beings.

  • * I can't believe that such a good person had such a terrible experience. (=A good man should get rewarded. Namely the psychology to expect a prize and protection)
  • * As he is a bad man, he will surely have a terrible time.(=the psychology to expect punishment)
  • * As you have done a good thing, you will surely get some nice reward.(=the psychology to expect reward and protection)
  • * Bad men will get eternal punishment in Hell, whereas good men are promised to have wonderful lives in Heaven.(=the promise of the reward and punishment)

-Then who is actually the one who commands the orders regarding good and evil?
Please look at the next figure.

The writer believes that the commander of good and evil can be roughly divided into two. The first is the one who gives a general order, "Do/love good and don't do/hate evil".

Another is the standard/classifier of right and wrong, when an actual thing is classified, namely, it is the one who gives the individual orders.


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