Costin Moroianu said:
I see your point, but I don't quite go along with it. The old "monsters" and "evil" that Geralt was trained to fight are vanishing, militant brotherhoods like the Order are better equipped to fight the few that remain, and "witcher" as a trade is either obsolete already or will be in a few years.
This does not mean, though, that the world has become free of these abominations. They wear different faces and pursue different goals. This is what Zoltan meant by his "progress is like a herd of pigs" speech and Bras of Ban Ard meant by the world "losing its virginity in a rape".
A man pursuing a plan he sees as honorable or progressive may be a monster just as a manticore would be, and his means and ends may be evil just as a striga preying on a village would be.
Thus, my Geralt rightly condemns de Weyze for his conventionally honorable and socially advantageous intent to marry off his sister, and dispatches him in self-defense when left no choice.