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What are the two types of evil?

The first type of evil is natural evil, which is suffering caused by events humans had nothing to do with, like earthquakes and famine. 

The second type is moral evil, which is suffering caused by humans, by behaving in ways that are seen as immoral, for example theft or bullying. 

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