Beasts and Angels
This chapter discusses the experience of moral struggle. The concept of the ‘beast within’ is used in the chapter, and is considered not necessarily antisocial. For example, whenever crowds behave like animals, it is because their individual selfhoods and discrimination are submerged in what amounts to a ‘hive mind’.
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