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Can Everybody Be Selfless?
Everybody Can Be Selfless.
In nature, parents sacrificing themselves so that their child survives is
An unintentional degree of benefit to the actor doesn't mean it is not selfless.
Love can make you care more about other people than about yourself. Everyone loves and this is a driver for selflessness in everybody.
Most humans tend to feel good when helping people (increase of
dopamine and other chemical levels
). This naturally grants a reward for altruistic acts and conditions conscious behaviour.
We expect gratitude or acknowledgement when we do something "selfless".
We often expect something back, albeit not in the same form ie. karma or heaven.
It goes against a natural instinct of self preservation.
Is trust a positive trait?
Is Cannibalism Ethically Permissible?
Should people have the right and means to end their lives?