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the quality of unselfish concern for the welfare of others

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Valid compensation demands of nonparentalistic altruists would then be positive; [EMC.
If you tried to play The Altruists with an ounce of realism, it would be ghastly.
Detroit Tigers, are expected to join more than 1,500 other altruists to
We found that people who are work and life altruists, the givers, are more engaged.
Of course, we are not altruists and we are not going to give away hundreds thousands of dollars to everyone.
Based on an extensive review of open-source journalistic reports, we examined the available psychobiographic information and histories of 43 lone wolf terrorists and have been able to differentiate four types of lone wolves: glory seekers, hero worshipers, lonely romantics, and radical altruists (Behav.
Card-carrying altruists would approve of fines for tax dodgers or folks who sneak onto the subway, as psychological test-games have shown.
Not because the Albanian politicians were altruists who thought about the sensitivity or are so provident to predict the new trends but simply did not want the country to be recognized and identified according to only one nation.
Barring committed altruists, most people won't opt for a city requiring a huge personal commitment and considerable risk.
It does not occur to these great altruists, on 150 grand a year, their strikes will cost the economy a lot more than the e1/45m they are trying to earn the state.
Olmsted and the landscape architects that followed had to be true altruists, because he never got to see the results of much of his work in Boston and Brookline--he had to know that oftentimes when he planted a tree, he'd be long dead before it was anything more than a sapling," Banks says.
They are solid, reliable, and cost-free because they are open source--developed and maintained by tech's last altruists.
com he "strongly opposes" any payment for bone marrow, and argued that "if you open the door to markets then you are going to end up driving away the altruists.
He describes the tension, courage and life-skills of soldiering through John's experiences without losing sight of the big picture--that there were altruists and scoundrels on both sides, Patriot and Loyalist, in this conflict.