To condition from bad It is called evil . The term comes from the Latin word bad ones.
The notion also refers to unfair or harmful act . By example : “Don't you get tired of doing evil? You should be ashamed. ”, "I think the player had no evil, just went to play the ball and ended up injuring his rival by accident", "Only a man full of evil can mistreat his son in that way".
Evil, therefore, is associated with what constitutes a evil . An action that is performed with evil seeks generate damage or, at least, its executor is not interested in its consequences, however negative they may be.
Suppose two young men enter a humble chapel and destroy the place , breaking the religious figures and the altar. These boys had no objective but to destroy the temple by fun . Faced with this panorama, it can be said that the Vandals acted with evil causing pain and anguish in all the faithful who came to that place.
Sometimes, the evil is implicit in the action, even if the conduct in question has a objective . If a thief intercepts an old man in the street and beats him to steal his wallet, in his act there is a great deal of evil: he took advantage of the vulnerability of an elderly man, physically injured him and stole the money that the victim surely I needed to survive. Of course, beyond the consideration made regarding evil and the moral issue, theft is a crime that is punishable by law .