Socrates did not state that doing wrong to others is ever right, but In other words, humans are overcome by some other power and are forced to do these things.
In his second premise Socrates states, "One would not voluntarily act against his own will.” This means that nobody willing chooses to do something wrong. In his conclusion Socrates sates, " All who do evil things do them involuntarily.” This means if evil is never done deliberately or voluntarily, then evil is an involuntarily act and no one can properly be held responsible for the evil that is done.
Whatever your concept of morality, it must address the human capacity to identify and choose between right and wrong and then to act accordingly.
Socrates believed that nobody willingly chooses to do wrong.
is a term that refers to our adherence to rules that govern human behavior on the basis of some idea of right and wrong.
Although the terms moral and ethical are often interchanged, in this essay I restrict my use of the terms ethics/ethical to refer to our process of reasoning about morality.
Hart tries to define evil and in the end he is able to boil the root of evil to a lengthy list of criteria and an empty definition.
This inability to define evil manifests itself in out literature, politics and especially our entertainment.
Hart’s process in trying to define evil includes many criteria that make it difficult to understand. "The exceptional darkeness of "The Dark Knight"." Jump Cut: A Review of Contemporary Media (2009).
In the end Hart simply defines evil as “a human act that causes harm to innocents and attacks our basic moral order” (Hart 22). such as mob bosses like Maroni, maniacs like The Joker, and heroes like Harvey Dent and Batman.