Bringing this quote over from the previous thread, so that I could comment on it.
Originally Posted by LittleBitty35
Despite one's genetics, despite one's psychology, despite one's environment, each and every human being has the power of free will (choice), unless that person is so mentally ill as to be incapable of making decisions, lucid or otherwise (which I seriously doubt is the case here).
We all come into this world with a genetic predispostion (nature), we are all a product of our environment (nurture), both of which affect our psychological make-up.
Barring severe mental illness that interferes with one's ability to comprehend right from wrong, I believe that most human beings are capable of recognizing that raping and murdering a child is wrong - in fact, most human beings not only recognise it as wrong, but are also horrified at the very thought of it.
To understand the soul of a horse is the closest we humans can come to knowing perfection.