altruistically


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in an altruistic manner

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What makes individuals behave altruistically against their selfish interests?
That is, one could hold that even though it is possible for a person to behave altruistically, he or she shouldn't.
The scope of an altruism profile denotes the internal and external contexts in which an individual is likely to act altruistically.
They let children take risks and make mistakes, and they asked them to think altruistically and "give back.
We found that people trained in compassion were more likely to spend their own money altruistically to help someone who was treated unfairly than those who were trained in cognitive reappraisal," Weng said.
When London Tories imposed the poll tax on a country that hadn't voted for them or it, they may well have honestly believed that they were doing it altruistically - that they were saving us from ourselves, and from the stupidity of our socialist votes.
Dignitas interprets this to mean that anyone who assists suicide altruistically cannot be punished.
Living things survive, not by killing one another, but by behaving altruistically towards one another, protecting one another and living together.
Guy Scott: They actually have a lot of knowledge; there are a lot of non-government organisations doing public education in this area, some of them mischievously so, but others more altruistically I believe.
Co-author Professor Ruth Mace added: 'Our study attempts to understand how the socio-economic characteristics of a neighbourhood affect the likelihood of people in a neighbourhood acting altruistically towards a stranger.
Finally, may I say that councillors and others who work energetically and altruistically for their community rarely if ever shout or make a noise about it
industry would' Investments in community work, children's coaching and talent development are not undertaken altruistically, but to fill the pipeline with potential fans, sponsors and players.
But an opt-out system with appropriate safeguards, which is being proposed by the Welsh Government, would ensure those who wish to donate can leave their name on the proposed list for addition to the UK organ donation register, and exercise their right to altruistically donate their organs.
Currently in the UK, organ donation operates according to the fundamental principle that organs/tissues are donated altruistically and it is illegal to receive a payment for supplying an organ.