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Nobody believes Nike is acting altruistically by providing these benefits.
Google's co-founders, then, are financing the life sciences twice over: Sergey Brin is doing so privately and altruistically through the Breakthrough Prize, and both Brin and Page are leveraging their company's billions to develop profitable new medical technologies.
Earlier this year Gill, from Yarm, became the 426th person to altruistically donate a kidney.
Speaking at the seminar entitled 'Russia's Military Intervention in Syria: Motives, Objectives and Repercussions', the experts offered a variety of interpretations of the Russian leadership's intentions, ranging from self-aggrandisement and self-interest to altruistically standing for stability in the region.
Situational nonreasons such as ambient odors should not, on purely ethical or rational grounds, cause us to behave more altruistically, and yet many accumulated studies suggest that they do.
The main problem is that humans persist in behaving altruistically in all sorts of other ways.
Given the rates of error and inefficiencies, these sectors are often seeking to capitalize on a business opportunity--some altruistically and others not so much.
It seems plausible that once our ability to reason and reflect has developed sufficiently enough to enable us to understand that strangers can suffer and enjoy life just as we can, then at least some of us would act altruistically toward strangers, too.
Al-Shabaab knows that Somalis are appreciative of Turks who altruistically help Somalia.
The pop stars are at least acting altruistically, though maybe we'd need to buy fewer downloads if some of them put less effort into reducing their personal tax bills.
The gas companies lining up to be customers for the Tennessee Gas pipeline are not just aiming to altruistically supply gas to meet New England's current energy needs.
After receiving counselling these women are able to donate eggs altruistically - and these donations will be vital in providing a source of eggs for the researchers to take forward their work.
Both are consummate team players who altruistically express due appreciation to the fine assists they get from a superb pack of midfielders.
However, our study suggests that, with the exception of the educational sector, the public sector is not particularly effective in attracting altruistically motivated workers, so these concerns may not be particularly relevant," he added.
The Director P&D had also arranged a training-cum-testing session for the administration officials of the ICP, which at its conclusion provided them an opportunity to altruistically asses their administrative qualities and capabilities.