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Possible Answers: SPECTER.
Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 11 Oct 18, Thursday
Random information on the term “Phantom”:
A spirit is a supernatural being, often, but not exclusively, a non-physical entity; such as a ghost, fairy, or angel. The concepts of a person’s spirit and soul, often also overlap, as both are either contrasted with or given ontological priority over the body and both are believed to survive bodily death in some religions, and “spirit” can also have the sense of “ghost”, i.e. a manifestation of the spirit of a deceased person. In English Bibles, “the Spirit” (with a capital “S”), specifically denotes the Holy Spirit.
Spirit is often used metaphysically to refer to the consciousness or personality.
Historically, it was also used to refer to a “subtle” as opposed to “gross” material substance, as in the famous last paragraph of Sir Isaac Newton’s Principia Mathematica.
The English word “spirit” comes from the Latin spiritus, meaning “breath”, but also “spirit, soul, courage, vigor”, ultimately from a Proto-Indo-European *(s)peis. It is distinguished from Latin anima, “soul” (which nonetheless also derives from an Indo-European root meaning “to breathe”, earliest form *h2enh1-). In Greek, this distinction exists between pneuma (πνεῦμα), “breath, motile air, spirit,” and psykhē (ψυχή), “soul” (even though the latter term, ψῡχή = psykhē/psūkhē, is also from an Indo-European root meaning “to breathe”: *bhes-, zero grade *bhs- devoicing in proto-Greek to *phs-, resulting in historical-period Greek ps- in psūkhein, “to breathe”, whence psūkhē, “spirit”, “soul”).
Random information on the term “SPECTER”:
An evil corporation is a trope in popular culture that portrays a corporation as ignoring social responsibility in order to make money for its shareholders. According to Angela Allan writing in The Atlantic, the notion is “deeply embedded in the landscape of contemporary culture—populating films, novels, videogames, and more.” The science fiction genre served as the initial background to portray corporations in this dystopian light. Evil corporations can be seen to represent the danger of combining capitalism with larger hubris.
In real life, too, corporations have been accused of being evil. To guard against such accusations, Google adopted the official motto “Don’t be evil”, which it later silently abandoned following an employee exodus in protest of a military drone AI program. The New Yorker wrote that “many food activists consider Monsanto to be the definitively evil corporation”. The Debate over Corporate Social Responsibility wrote, “For many consumers, Wal-Mart serves as the evil corporation prototype, but record numbers shop at the stores for low prices.” In Japan, a committee of journalists and rights activists issues an annual “corporate raspberry award” known as Most Evil Corporation of the Year Award (also called the Black Company Award) to a company “with a culture of overwork, discrimination and harassment”.