This week on the Good, Bad, or Bull$#*! podcast Beau, Michael, and Crofton wade into the eternal conflict between Good and Evil! Is the idea of characterizing people, places and things as either “good” or “evil” a limiting method of thinking which fundamentally cripples our ability to truly understand the “shades of grey” in the world which surrounds us, or, are these concepts so fundamental to the survival instincts of our species that we cannot but help see our world through this highly subjective lens, thus making it more rational to work with, rather than against, our natural urges to categorize our world into two meaningful groups?
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