I am. [1]



[1] Popularly attributed to Gilbert Keith Chesterton, although there is no reliable primary source document. See here. Although someone noted that rather than being his response to a published editorial, it was his response to a letter sent by the editors of The Times to various people. Maybe neither the editorial nor the answer was actually published).

Even if the story is specious, I agree with the anthropology. Someone has said that human evil is the most verifiable trait but the most resistant to belief. For instance, books like I’m ok, you’re ok deal with human interactions that aren’t ok. The interactions aren’t ok because the people – the source of the interactions – aren’t.