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Agathism is the doctrine that all things ultimately tend toward good, even though the means by which that happens may be evil or unpleasant or unfortunate. The word comes from Greek agathos, meaning good, which is also the source of agathokakological, an adjective describing a mixture of good and evil. This is part of a complete episode.

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