Essays on morality in huckleberry finn

Staunchly standing by the principle of unqualified egoism , Bentham rids himself of the task of reconciling self-interest and altruism : Dream not that men will move their little finger to serve you, unless their advantage in doing so is obvious to them. Men never did so and never will while human nature is made of its present materials. But they will desire to serve you when by so doing they can serve themselves, and the occasions on which they can serve themselves by serving you are multitudinous ( Deontology , ii, 1834; posthumous work).

Essays on morality in huckleberry finn

essays on morality in huckleberry finn

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