Psychological altruism is false–that we in fact never act primarily to benefit someone else and not ourselves

 

Rachels thinks that psychological altruism is false–that we in fact never act primarily to benefit someone else and not ourselves.

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What does psychological egoism say about acts of altruism? They are very nice to perform but never morally obligatory. People sometimes perform them, but doing so is immoral. They are rare and are performed only by truly exceptional people.

true

 

false