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Book: Living religions
Source: Fisher, M.P. (2014) Living Religions Pearson: Upper Saddle River, NJ
Chapter: Shinto

and fill the missing fields in the given table.

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View of Good and Evil
Even though the world is generally good, contact or interaction with some spirits may defile people. Some of the kami are inclined to help people, while others are a source of negative energy. Shinto does not believe that some spirits are inherently good, while others are always evil. The difference between good and evil is apparent in effects on one's life. Rather, evil is understood in the terms of a transgression against a natural law or accepted rules of conduct.
Fisher, 2014, p. 224...
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