What did George Orwell write?
Posted On July 6, 2021
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If you don’t know him, he was the author of 1984, which he also wrote, but it’s the book that is considered his best work, and it is the one that is most widely quoted, as Orwell has been.
But there is one very famous quote in Orwell’s work, one that has stuck in the minds of many people.
He said that the word “evil” was invented by the Nazis.
Now, it’s hard to argue with that.
But I think that the fact that it was invented as a German word and that it has become an anti-Semitic slur has become very significant.
So I think it’s important to look at it, to take a closer look at what Orwell meant by that.
When you’re writing about the Nazi regime, you’re in an era where Hitler was in power, and Hitler is seen as an anti of the world order, and I think Orwell, in the book, was really, really angry at that.
He says that when he was a child, his mother, Eva Braun, would tell him that Hitler was an anti.
But what does he mean by “evil”?
Well, he said, “an evil that is capable of inflicting evil on others.”
So it is an evil that has the capacity of inflicting harm on others, which is something that is, in Orwellian terms, a moral evil.
So what does this have to do with Trump?
Well, as we said, the Nazis were an anti world order organization.
So Orwell’s idea of the Nazis is, you know, a little bit extreme, but the point is, they were anti-people.
You know, they hated people, and they were racist.
So they were the anti-world order organization, and the fact they could do that, they could create evil and harm people, it is, I think, very important to consider the meaning of the word evil.
In 1984, we’re told, the Nazi state had the capacity to kill tens of millions of people, because it had the capability of inflicting terrible damage on the people of the planet.
But what Orwell saw in that, as a young man, was that he could, with a few words, change that.
You know, if you could write the word anti-man and make it something like, “we can kill all men and all men’s children,” you could have a powerful, very potent effect.
So he was able to change the meaning.
So, in a sense, this is why it’s interesting to look to the word hate, because what Orwell thought was an evil, that was capable of causing harm to others, has become, by modern standards, quite a powerful and powerful word.
In the 1960s, Orwell was an academic, and he did studies on the Holocaust, and a lot of people were trying to figure out how to deal with the Holocaust.
And Orwell was writing a lot about the Holocaust and how to prevent it.
And what he wrote, in his book, is a lot to do not with the facts but with his own prejudices.
So when you look at his thoughts on the matter, he’s not writing about things that are facts, he doesn’t write about the facts of the Holocaust as a genocide, as he was writing about Hitler, he writes about the fact of Hitler’s evil.
But in the process, he changed the meaning and the meaning was changed.
I think that’s one of the reasons that I think the way that Orwell used the word, in that book, changed.
I think his idea of evil changed.
In other words, if I was writing in the 1960, 70s, 80s, when the Holocaust was happening, I would have thought, well, we’ve got a good deal to learn from Hitler.
And that’s a good thing.
And it’s a very important lesson, I thought, because the Nazis are evil.
And they can create evil, and that’s an evil.
And it’s an extremely powerful word, because if you’re evil, you can create harm on people, so that’s very powerful.
Nowadays, if someone were to say that they’re going to kill you, you could just say, well you’re an evil person, and then, you have to think about the consequences of doing that, and you’ve got to look carefully at what you’re doing.
And, in other words and Orwell wrote, there are consequences.
So if you are evil, the consequences are that you’re going have to take responsibility for your actions, and if you do that you can be held accountable, and there are some consequences to that.
And, in fact, he does have a theory of what evil is, which you’ll learn more about in the biography, but I think what he really did is