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Rethinking Social Action. Core Values in Practice
This article aims to regard selfishness as a human conduct, as a norm of human behaviour. Selfishness is analysed as a psychological trait and as a moral norm. There are two perspectives in its research: psychological and normative. The first perspective has two sides. In its hard version, the psychological theory considers that a human being is motivated by and centred on herself / himself. According to this theory, even if their motivation is masked by good intentions, by duties ordoi:10.18662/lumproc.rsacvp2017.34 fatcat:ufxcg56fpnajdodjdgcmf6su3i