Something happened recently that caused me to rethink a huge chunk of my philosophy towards human behavior. It wasn't the event that is important but rather what I took away from it.
I used to believe that 99% of people were inherently good. I thought that there was only the 1% of humans that were so bad it was thorough to their core. I still believe that, to a point. I do think that most people in general possess a conscience that will kick in during serious situation. Situations like murder, rape, and robbery, ect... In general most of us instinctively know those things are wrong, and it would be hard for anyone to even manipulate us into those actions.
But, what about less serious actions?
This is where it gets fuzzy.