"Although people may call murderers "inhuman", any one of us is capable of killing if put under the right circumstances."
Do I need to narrow in further? Is it just bad? Can you tell what I'm arguing for?
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It depends on what you're actually arguing for. If you're arguing that anyone can kill another person in circumstances such as self-defense, I would say the thesis works fine. Perhaps elaborate in the introduction on where you're going and make sure to explain the difference between murdering and killing.
However, if you're arguing than anyone is capable of murdering another person (which is also true) and you're gonna talk about things such as the Milgram experiment, I would rephrase the thesis statement to something like "While people may call murderers 'inhumane', any human being is potentially capable of deliberately taking another person's life without empathy and regret."0