Most religions require or at the very least encourage their adherents to care about their fellow human beings and to treat them well, in general. (Let’s not get into debates about specific instances where religions advocate cruelty, etc., unless it directly affects the point of this post.)
But science now recognizes that there are some human beings who simply lack the capacity to care about other human beings. it’s not that they are morally flawed, it’s that they just don’t have the CAPACITY to care, so that no amount of instruction or encouragement can help them – they can only ape the speech and behaviors that demonstrate caring and kindness, without having the feelings or understanding them.
Do any religions take into account the existence of sociopaths, people who are unable to care through not fault of their own, and if so, how?