On Selfishness

Since all acts are selfish, then no act can be selfish because the term would lose all meaning. If this is true, then the concept of selfishness cannot exist except for the instant when selfishness is defined, and that definition is used to identify those who exhibit selfishness. Thus, the only truly selfish act is the act of identifying selfishness.

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