--- In email@example.com, Nathan Cain <IndieCrime@...> wrote:
> I think he meant that given free will, man will often choose evil.
> Not that man always chooses evil. At least that's how I read it.
I don't think that's the case. If it were, criminals would be the
majority but, in every society, without exception, criminals are a
tiny minority. My own belief is that there is an intrinsic, primeval
goodness in man. It is just a belief, but it is strong. The
philosophers have had a big party with this for thousands of years...
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