"Whoever is careless with the truth in small matters cannot be trusted with important affairs."

After surviving a brutal mugging, Isaac's growing obsession with "why people do the things they do" leads him to a practical experiment to question and test the bounds of social morality. What starts out as an innocent Socratic theory, however, becomes much darker as Isaac forces himself to do things that his gut tells him are wrong. Questions are only answered with further questions and each step takes him further down this twisted trail of learn by doing.

Beyond Good & Evil snaps us out of our day-to-day assumptions: about life, about people, about the choices we make. It begs the question of how we can pretend to know anything when we don't know the first thing about knowledge itself, and how we can maintain value in the most simple of things, while we ignore the fundamentals from which that value comes.