Ought one to act in a manner that only promotes one's best interest?

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Philosophy

 

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James V

 

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March 29, 2014

 

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University

 

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At first thought it might be inferred that there are simply two ways to look at this; either a person does act with the interests of others in mind or they act solely to promote their own best interests. However, this is where the argument becomes more complex and requires a deeper look into what actions can be considered strictly in the interest of one person...
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In Shaver’s writing on Ethical Egoism, he explains that an Ethical Egoist might act with the interests of others in mind if, and only if, there is some benefit to their own best interest; “Each person needs the cooperation of others to obtain goods such as defense or friendship. If I act as if I give no weight to others, others will not cooperate with me” (Shaver, “Egoism”)...
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