Now that is the million $$$ question!
Are we intrinsically good or intrinsically bad.
States of mind or states of consciousness which are intrinsically good usually require a change in our perceptual mind-set.
Consider Spinoza's observation:
With regard to god and evil, these terms indicate nothing positive in things considered in themselves, nor are they anything else than modes of thought, or notions which we form the comparison of one thing with another. For one and the same thing may at the same time be both good and evil or indifferent. Music, for example, is good to a melancholy person, bad to one in mourning, while to a deaf man it is neither good nor bad.
Are we products of evolution(experience) or do we have it all within us at birth(inate)? Aristotle vs Plato.
We have free will whatever the genes may be telling someone else!
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