Are Human Beings Inherently Good or Evil.

Season 3 | Episode 2
45m | Aug 5, 2023

The question of whether human beings are inherently good or evil is a complex and philosophical one that has been debated for centuries. There is no simple answer as it depends on various factors such as individual beliefs, cultural influences, and personal experiences.

Some philosophical and religious perspectives suggest that humans are inherently good at their core, with the capacity for compassion, empathy, and altruism. They argue that negative behaviors and actions are often a result of external factors or societal influences.

On the other hand, there are viewpoints that propose that humans have the potential for evil due to factors like greed, selfishness, and aggression. They argue that negative behaviors are an inherent part of human nature and need to be controlled or restrained by societal norms and moral codes.

In this episode we explore the influence of culture and society on our understanding of morality, the role of religion in shaping our perceptions, and how these beliefs impact our interactions with others. 

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