The debate "People are inherently evil." was started by
August 21, 2016, 3:40 pm.
By the way, charlieholmes is disagreeing with this statement.
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jack_tim_45, nayanagarwal, Gaurangi, neveralone and 6 visitors agree.
charlieholmes, dalton7532, thereal, missletoe, north, Hijumi and 8 visitors disagree.
please read the example I gave and also it depends on what u as an individual define as evil. u may think lying is alright but I may say it's evil so who judges that?
No people aren't inherintely evil. Where did you get that conclusion that all of us are evil?
did ur parents have to teach u to lie?no u don't have to be taught these type of things so I think what thia person meant is like I said u don't have to be taught bad things because u are born with the knowledge. it's the parents job to teach what's right.
No one is inherently evil . When a baby is born he is so innocent he doesnt even know if he crawls beyond the boundry of the bed, he'd fall. Therefore it is we ourselves who has made own selves evil . Its not inherent. It is how you take and percieve the world.
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people are inherently evil because they are killing animals enormously and they are becoming extinct of there spicies
People are inherited guarded. Evil is a heavily argued concept, but I would suggest evil as the breakdown of order, systematically or chaotically. The same way good things like teamwork make the result more than the sum of its parts, evil makes the result less than. Something will be missing, and that is the part to fear. We can look down on what we consider selfish, but when we realize all is accounted for in some places, we can reserve the right to be selfish.