Can anyone be pure good or evil? Saddam Hussein was an extremist who killed innocent people, however he was a great father to his children
I could give many more examples ranging from Adolf Hitler not being pure evil, and Martin Luther King not being pure good. Just asking for an opinion, but if you want to respond to my underlying objective, these questions are a good place to start: must we restrict our definition of evil/good to a specific trait of oneself? This definition would define Saddam as pure evil in personal goals, but he would then be pure good in a family perspective. Or is it more of a percentage question, Saddam being 98% evil and 2% good. If so who judges how much each aspect is weighed? We could easily do the human thing, where we feel someone is evil and define all they represent as evil, but that's lazy.