Ethical and Psychological Egoism

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Philosophy

 

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Maria M

 

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August 28, 2016

 

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University

 

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A

 

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Though, these people would be followers of a stronger form of ethical egoism. This idea, in its strongest nature, basically states that all actions that are in ones self interest are moral and those actions that are not self beneficial are immoral and should be avoided. On the other hand, there is also a weaker brand of this concept...
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This more liberal style states that people should be concerned with self interest but it is not necessarily immoral to not benefit themselves through every action. This type of ethical egoism seems to be more popular than the stricter form claiming the immorality of anything altruistic. Those two styles of ethical egoism show the extent to which they can govern ones life but they do not show how each person views the outside population in relation to the concept of egoism...
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