I have been trying to find an answer to this according to the Hindu holy texts, but I cannot find reference to this in the Gita.
Are all human beings capable of self-control or are there human beings that cannot control themselves even if they try to exert discipline? For example, what about in the case of a person who sexually assaults people, claiming that they cannot help it and that they have no control over their actions.
Another example being Tourrette's syndrome. People with this disorder uncontrollably exclaim swear words and seem to not be able to do anything to stop themselves.
Is it possible for a person to have absolutely no control over their urges or is this false?
What do the scriptures say about the nature of discipline and control? If it is possible that some people have no control, how do we distinguish those who do bad things because they can't help it from those who can?