So in some cases we say a drunk person is just an unhindered verion of their true self. That losing “judgement” means they will revert to their true nature of a terrible sinner.
I read once someone speaking on hypocrites in church this somewhat famous guy known for being quite the jerk was asked how he could be a catholic and so bad. His response was basically “Imagine how horrible I would be if I wasn’t catholic”
To say that many of these kinds of people which may or may not be the majority of humans are unchecked horrid humans. That the rules set in writing are all that stops them from unleashing cruelty upon the world.
But what about if there were such a person not so innately horrid? Would they for example be as sinful drunk?
So if not catholic say this individual would break all ten commandments. So if Mr. Mean Catholic gets drunk, he becomes the great breaker of the 10. Okay, he definitely should bever get drunk.
But what if there was such a non horrible person? Someone who by nature has no interest in breaking the 10. So as they get drunk in this instance and stay in comoliance with all the rules whether they see them a rule or not even.
Sort of “hey let’s steal that”
Can be met with “I cant it is a sin”
A response of “Umm I have no interest in such a thing”
So the “it’s a sin” who is drunk would do it
But “I dont want to” drunk would still not do it.
Not sonething one should necessarily ever test, but an interesting musing.