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Human nature makes us wonder if man is born naturally evil or taught to be evil Tons of research has been made in order to find what the reason is To this question there are very different answers Psychology has one answer religion has another science and philosophy has another answer but which one is the most reasonable one In order for me to choose a side I had to look through various articles and books The side I chose was that man is born naturally evil In this essay I will talk about the way psychology religion science and philosophys perspective is on man To begin with psychology has done many research and theories on man born evil Psychologist wonders why some people harm and even kill each other They try to figure out why they starve for power in the world The definition psychology has for evil is that it is intentionally behaving or causing others to act in certain ways like demanding dehumanizing harming destruction and killing innocent people Many believe humankind is naturally selfish only looking out for itself They say that evil is mans animal instinct We do what we must to survive Tucker Drew Men that are born evil and grow up to be evil are only thinking about their lives and not about others One example is Adolf Hitler In World War II he exterminated thousands of Jews just to make Germany a perfect nation without them It never happened but he did hurt millions of lives of innocent people When evil takes over it is hard to stop it Sometimes we humans think were doing well when were not Instead we are hurting many Another example is Joseph Stalin who destroyed the Soviet Union in the 1920s and 30s When a baby is born the evil is already in existence it is hiding somewhere inside To make that evil good we must
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