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Title: Egoism

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Subject: Philosophy
Author: Louis T
Date: August 7, 2011
Level: College
Grade: A
Length: 1 / 216
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Yet, it would be in Mart's best interest to stop Bob from stopping him. Ethical egoism allows for this back and forth rationale yet never provides an answer to whose self-interest is more important or whose action is more warranted.

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Acting in one's self interest can sometimes result in a person violating their values. For example Bob, a family man who values his family more than anything. It would be in his own self-interest to take a high-paying job he was offered in another state. If Bob takes the job, which would be in his best interest, he will move away from his family...

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