Please read the following:
Socrates said that, because of man's nature （predisposed toward“the good”）, no one ever willfully seeks evil; that man always seeks “the good”; that, even when he does evil, he finds a way to justify his actions, convincing himself ( if no one else) that he has performed “the good.”
According to Socrates, if a man always does evil, he _________.
a. does not know what is good b. intends to do evil
c. he intends to do good d. he is evil
The key is c. But to me none is correct because "even when he does evil" he finds a way to justify. That means he has done evil. Is it possible for a person to do something good but turned out he did evil?
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