Ambiguity: What Is Altruism?
Having a emotion of being happy, using ways to increase your happiness is hard because we don’t all share what we have. As long as helping people isn’t a must and optional it benefits for both the person and the community. Altruism like being kind and compassionate are ways to socializing and social connections that are our happiness. However there are other outcomes for altruism which can differ from kindness another way on how Altruism relates to the real world is altruism is almost the opposite of someone’s ego which is almost meaning a psychological over valuation of someone importance, or someone’s activities. Saving somebody’s life while losing your own life is selfish, meaning one could have live while the other wouldn’t. The basics for altruism is that a person has no right to be on this earth for their own sake that is the moral for altruism. The things you do for other is the only justification for the person to be living, self-sacrifice is the main point with this situation. You can’t always confuse altruism with kindness, compassion or respect for the right of others... these are consequences which makes altruism impossible. It is as it said in the essay earlier it is a self-sacrifice meaning self-denial, self-destruction, and