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The end justifies the means because there is no good or bad. It is all simply a show of perspective. Life isn't fair and it never will be. Therefore peace or "fairness" isn't exactly enough to simply justify that the end does not justify the mean because people who fight for freedom or fairness almost always take it away to attain it.Do the ends always justify the means?
The answer to this question depends on what the ends or goals are and what means are being used to achieve them. If the goals are good and noble, and the means we use to achieve them are also good and noble, then yes, the ends do justify the means. But that’s not what most people mean when they use the expression.What does the ends justify the means mean?
When a person says "the ends justify the means" they are saying that if the end result is noble enough, it will justify whatever measures are taken to achieve that goal. For example, if your goal is to save lives, it's okay to cheat, steal, and lie to accomplish your goal.Who said the end justifies the means?
The end justifies the means is a phrase of Sergey Nechayev, the 19th century Russian revolutionary. It means that if a goal is morally important enough, any method of getting it is acceptable. It was later picked up and used to justify murderous acts by Lenin and Stalin.