I agree with Agustine in passing the buck to humanity as ultimately being responsible for our moral choices. It is too easy to blame evil on things like demons, the devil, and even god... using something outside ourselves as scapegoats in order to make sense of atrocity. However, if evil does come from a failure to "exercise moral responsibility" then the power to overcome this lapse must come from humanity as well. "Good" is just as much of an act of will and this makes it that much more rewarding because it is something we DO rather than something that is given to us. Sartre says that "man (humanity) is condemned to be free," and maybe this is because we hold the keys to both good and evil and it is a tremendous burden to bare.
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