The Special Value of Others-Centeredness

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Byerly, T.R.;
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Suppose you confront a situation in which you can either promote a good for yourself or a good for someone else, but not both. The present paper argues that it is valuable for your conduct in such circumstances to be regulated by a character trait the possession of whic... View more
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