anonymous
  • anonymous
Why is "good vs. evil" a universal theme? MEDAL AWARDED
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  • katieb
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anonymous
  • anonymous
universal ideas are ideas that people have different views on but everyone believes in the. good vs evil is one because everyone has a different opinion on what is good and what is evil. for example: some people might think the death penalty is good but others may not. hope this helps/ I don't really know how to explain it where others can understand
anonymous
  • anonymous
bc it happens with everything
RealityWillSlapYou
  • RealityWillSlapYou
The reason why "good vs. evil" is a universal theme is because there are always two forces at work one for good and one for evil and for every good/evil thing there is an evil/good thing that will go up against each other until the end of time or at least until one of them is defeated, but then another good/evil thing will appear to take it place. Example 1: Your in high school and there is a bully and you try to stop the bully from hurting others. This makes you the good force and the bully the evil force (he/she doesn't have to be "evil" per-say just bad or mean will do). Does this help @MathFreak106?

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