Psychological egoism assumes that all human behavior — even the most seemingly selfless action — is fundamentally motivated by self-interest. This assumption has filtered through decades of psychological theorizing. The opposite of psychological egoism is not that all behavior is inherently altruistic, but rather that human beings have the capacity for moral responsiveness to the […]

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