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Philosophy Introductory to Ethics by Ken Burgess
Ethics of Selfishness/Ethics of Duty
Compare and contrast Kant and Ayn Rand on the issue of altruism
Altruism is an unselfish act wherein one's intention is to benefit another. Within every act, three aspects must be considered: the motivation behind the act; the moral value of the individual carrying out the act; and the selfish consequences of the act itself. Both Kant and Rand agree on using moral values to make decisions on an act, however, Kant believes the act should not be self-serving and Rand believes the act should be to promote one's self.
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