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  • adjective Not benevolent.


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non- +‎ benevolent


  • These lessons may be easier to draw from Europe's experience than from US's, but everywhere banking systems have been the creation of nonbenevolent governments rather than free enterprises.

    One Ply Look-Ahead, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • (**) As a side note, it may be stated that if it can be shown that two omnipotent beings exist in a logically possible world, where one of the two beings is not omniscient and one is, and if it can be logically possible that the nonbenevolent Being would wish to engage the benevolent Being, the dual omnipotence assumed in this case would render a logical impossibility.

    Debunking Christianity


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