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2012
Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 33 issue 1

Altruism Isn’t Generosity

Tibor R. Machan


OP-ED Altruism Isn’t Generosity Tibor R. Machan A big error has haunted humanity for centuries: it’s the equivocation between generosity and altruism. Generosity is a virtue any decent human being will practice: it asks that one reach out to deserving others in times of dire need. Altruism is a policy...

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