Re: Do you believe in the concept of wrong and right?
Everyone has right to be free, have their freedom! Your freedom ends where another person freedom starts. Long but worth reading, if you want ofc:
Right and wrong, good and evil, depends on one's perspective. Look at this example: A person that kills 100 people, would be seen as evil. But what if it's a warrior, soldier or "hero" and had to kill those 100 people in order to save many more or stop something "bad" happening? In this case people opinion would change and he would considered good or/and hero. What if he killed it for it's own sake? Experiments, revenge, etc? Would be seen as really evil. So my conclusion here, is your actions to be considered "right" has to be good for everyone. If it's only for your sake but doesn't interfere with one's freedom is okay, but if it does you're doing it wrong.
What if I said that person lived in a community, where there were slaves, that were maltreated, punished with cutting out the tongue, putting out the eye, castration, scalding, burning, and cutting off limbs; but permitted whipping, beating, putting in irons, and imprisonment (as it happened in black people slavery). 100 of these saves tried to be free or just return from where they were forcibly taken, and they were rebelling and fighting those people. So the only way to bring stability, to the community, let's say 5000 people, was to kill those 100 slaves, which they didn't want to free or send them back. These would bring stability to most of the people, but then would it be right to take 100 lives for the sake of 5000? That mistreated them?
We are well evolved creatures, but our history shows that it has its advantages, like medicine, and disadvantages, like wars, genocides etc... Anyway, has a "good" man right to take an "evil" man's life? The best option is always to try and change the person, but it rarely happens. But still I believe in right and wrong, and there's still neutral.