human value

Goodness-Badness

Dynamics:
Whatever harm the evil may do, the harm done by the good is the most harmful harm. (Nietzsche)
Narrower:
Unused
Inauspicious
Molestation
Molestation
Expediency
Health
Vice
Gain
Prejudice
Cleanliness
Validity
Illness
Woe
Exquisiteness
Helpfulness
Excellence
Noisome
Ominous
Detestable
Grossness
Horribleness
Devilishness
Lethal
Insalubrity
Residues
Detriment
Commendability
Rot
Infamy
Advancement
Venom
Clumsiness
Respectability
Torment
Mischief
Baleful
Counterproductivity
Quality
Quintessence
Atrocity
Disadvantage
Soundness
Superiority
Notoriety
Sordidness
Injury
Foulness
Advantage
Grimness
Squalor
Unhelpful
Choice
Miasma
Selfishness
Productiveness
Monstrous
Virulence
Worth
Damage
Poisonous
Nastiness
Ingloriousness
Abomination
Unfairness
Virtue
Usefulness
Evil
Innocence
Malignancy
Inoffensiveness
Ill-gotten
Loathsomeness
Auspiciousness
Awfulness
Overproduction
Repulsiveness
Toxicity
Supremacy
Demon
Benevolence
Diabolic
Unsanitary
Goodness
Filth
Unpleasantness
Arrant
Good
Outrage
Kindness
Curse
Immensity
Keenness
Shame
Corruption
Dirtiness
Invalidity
Intoxication
Malefactor
Wickedness
Distress
Noxious
Affliction
Deadness
Fairness
Harmlessness
Hurtfulness
Banefulness
Fiendish
Blame
Deleterious
Benignity
Plague
Despicableness
Expedience
Wretched
Value
Unproductivity
Bestiality
Unkindness
Interest
Worthlessness
Badness
Deplorable
Menace
Beastliness
Grievance
Cogency
Inferiority
Salubrity
Wonderfulness
Infection
Moderation
Disease
Vexation
Torture
Unhygienic
Profitability
Welfare
Abuse
Calamity
Pleasantness
Wholeness
Vileness
Defile
Inexpedience
Malice
Disinterest
Heathen
Pollution
Malevolence
Wrongness
Merit
Obnoxious
Perniciousness
Wound
Baseness
Heinous
Brutality
Appreciation
Appreciation
Glory
Fulsomeness
Jinx
Harm
Despoliation
Magnificence
Nonvalidity
Subjects:
Type Classification:
P: Value polarities