The psychological egoists say itis the latter.
In their view people always act to promote their ownself-interests.
And without understanding the germ of truth in psychological egoism wewould fail to perceive and appreciate the proper interaction of duty and habitin the making of the moral life.
 Copyright @1988 by Hugh LaFollette.
-Gender emotional stereotyping and childhood development
Imagine how awfulit would be if, when meeting a close acquaintance on the street, we had, in eachand every case, to make a conscious decision to be friendly.) If we were taughtthe proper moral rules and attitudes, so much the better for us and everyoneelse.
- Is a midlife crisis a diagnosable psychological state?
The egoist notes this common phenomenon, but focuses inordinately on the factthat one's self-interest is sometimes promoted by forwarding the interests ofanother.
- The impact that our beliefs have on how we remember things
Concealable Stigma and Well-Being: The Role of Social Identity as a Buffer against Sexual Orientation Discrimination in the Workplace
- How is stress related to memory and memory loss?
Student Perceptions of Middle School: Relation to Academic Motivation, Learning Strategies, and Academic Achievement in Science. Chair: Arthur P.
- How individuals perceive different facial expressions differently
McGheeChair: Michael Cunningham
Enhancing the Motivation of African American High School Students: Improving the Environmental Fit of Racial Identity