“Why we do what we do??”
Have few desires….”
Selfishness is Humanity, it is life, No species which is Unselfish can live. For living selfishness is necessary it is a virtue, The Virtue of Selfishness! Humans need a number of essentials to survive. These essentials go beyond just food, water, and shelter. They include both physical and non-physical elements needed for human growth and development, as well as all those things humans are innately driven to attain. Selfishness is an act that humans innately have implanted within them. Self-interest, properly understood, is the standard of morality and selflessness is the deepest immorality. Human nature dictates that every action, no matter how selfless it appears, is inspired by a selfish reason. Science and religion both teach selfishness that the first rule of life is self preservation, which results in "me first" and the creed of materialism. Selfishness results from the original sin of separateness .Selfishness are a primary or sole concern with one's own welfare. It is the stinginess resulting from a concern for your own welfare and a disregard of others. A person's own life and happiness are their highest values, and that they don't exist as servants or slaves to the interests of others. In the same way, others as well don't exist as servants or slaves to a person's own interests. Everyone does what they really want to do otherwise, they wouldn't do it. Ayn Rand, a Great Russian philosopher, believed that humans are rational beings and maintained the idea that rational people will help others if they get something in return. This idea is a voluntary co-operation, which applies to dealings with trade and justice. It also applies to human relationships. I believe that all our actions, whether they are deontological or utilitarian in nature, are inspired by selfish reasons. At a very base and fundamental...
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