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Minimalist posters explain complex philosophical concepts with basic shapes. Even if we define "feeling better" as a benefit, it does not logically follow that just because one receives this benefit as a consequence of performing a good act, that they performed it in order to obtain that benefit, and not primarily to benefit someone else.

Minimalist posters explain complex philosophical concepts with basic shapes

(And even if "feeling better" was a benefit to the person making this sacrifice, it's not a benefit he or she would he able to enjoy for very long, since they will be dead.) Your argument, therefore, assumes a premise that needs to be proved: that people only do good (or anything at all) for their own satisfaction. Gotes.jpg (JPEG Image, 1324 × 1101 pixels) - Scaled (60%) The Nature of Emotions. Complete relationship chart between psychological ("personality")... - StumbleUpon.