Inherent Goodness in Human Beings Argumentative Essay by Master Researcher

Inherent Goodness in Human Beings
From the perspective of behaviorial and modern psychological theory, this paper argues that human beings are inherently good, not evil.
# 32653 | 650 words | 2 sources | 2002 | US
Published on Oct 20, 2003 in Psychology (Behaviorism) , Philosophy (History - 20th Century) , Psychology (Theory)


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The idea that people are inherently evil will be argued against, under the auspices of psychological behavioralism and current psychology theory. By understanding that people are inherently good, we can see why this is more true than assuming 'evil' behavior in a person who may sick or mentally disturbed.

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