Are there bad people?
Many of you will simply answer with Yes to this question.
But who determines that the person acts morally wrong and what does acting morally wrong mean at all?
At what point does a human act wrongly and at what point do his actions turn this person into a bad person?
I think about it often.
If we take a deep look, It is true, that people cannot anything for their spiritual state. Their innate qualities and their experiences make them what they are and if themselves are convinced that their actions are not bad, can you say that they are bad persons?
Everybody has done things in his life that hurt others. From mistakes we learn. But which misconduct can no longer be forgiven and make a person a bad person? And what does misconduct mean at all?
I think that everyone basically acts the way they think is right. Is someone already a bad person because he acts against the conviction of the masses or the legislator? If a human simply does not draw a bad certain from his actions? Harms other people and feels no compassion? Can one blame them if he does not act in the sense of others but only in his own sense? Does not everyone act as far in his own interest as it is possible without having a bad feeling? Or to draw negative consequences from it?
Can a human being with his genetic disposition and his wealth of experience act differently in a given situation than all these things work together? We do not act differently because we are who we are. So a person in a certain situation can only act in one possible way and if he can't do otherwise then a moral guilt might be invalid.
So you can't differ between good and evil, because the personality of the perpetrator inevitably leads to his actions. Is it possible to describe the human being as bad if the deed was bad or is the human being the victim of his genes and experience and therefore not assessable at all?
Not assessable because people are victims of their education, victims of their childhood, victims of theirs sociable environment, victims of their experiences and thus also the victims of their own personality...?
What are you thinking about it?