Originally Posted by J Diddy
Nice redirect. That would be the study of ethics from the philosophical minor, where we explore the concept of psychological egoism. Now, if you would be so kind as to answer the question instead of trying to attack me from an angle in which you have no knowledge of, I would be mighty obliged.
The question being: how does dying serve his best interest?
Thank you in advance.
If dying to save someone's life means more to him than living with the memories of the death of a friend, his interests are served by jumping on that grenade. It's really not rocket science. It just requires you to be able to empathize with people who have values that you might not share.
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