| Bad: What someone
disapproves of, does not desire, does not like to exist.
"On "The Logic of Moral Discourse"" there is a minimalistic
realistic treatment of "good" and "bad".
There is a somewhat objectivized sense
of bad apart from what someone disapproves of, namely in terms
relating to human needs or pains: What hurts or harms.
One important problem here is that these fairly objective terms in ordinary human practice - "homo
homini lupus" - tend to get relativized
to the interests of Us and Them: Good is what is Bad for Them or what pleases Us;
Bad is what is Good for Them or what displeases Us.