Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

dr. jekyll and mr. hyde chap 10 question

how does jekyll justify the deeds comitted in his hyde persona?

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Jekyll justifies his deeds as a scientific experiment. As a scientist, Jekyll decided to examine the dual nature of man through mystical study that Lanyon found particularly offensive. In the latter, Jekyll insists, "man is not truly one, but truly two," and he explains how through his research he hoped to separate each side.