Then, a question is raised, human is inherently selfish. Somepeople believe in evolution, that means human is evolutes fromother animals. The animals’ acts, which may be considered asselfishness in moral, are inherent into human’s genes. Therefore, human would also do whatever they need to do inorder to survive. As a conclusion, human is inherently selfish. Yet, this point of view is not cogent and persuasive enough,because it is easy to know that, though animals and humansare similar physically and biologically, humans have greatdifferences in thinking style. Human, have the ability todetermine and distinguish between good and evil, whichanimals couldn’t do so. Moreover, this conclusion cannot satisfypeople who don’t believe in evolution. Yet, we cannot despitethe fact that humans act like animals sometimes. Therefore,human is inherently selfish is only partially correct
People tend to deny the fact that they are selfish becausethis term is infamous. They like to teach their children aboutmoral, honesty, endurance, and modesty, but the adults arefollowing none of those. Mature students who start to think andadults would say the whole system of society is sick. If theydon’t follow those distorted rules, they are going to beconsidered as failures.
When a man becomes selfish?
And the answer to this is fairly simple but will not be acceptableto many. Whenever, a person does not feel a need of something or someone can afford to lose it or the thing is of secondary importance, he becomes selfish. When it comes todie for someone, you will never see people doing so. If wequote an example here then:
A man is called selfish not for pursuing his own good,but for neglecting his neighbour’s.
Selfishness is not living as one wishes to live; it is asking othersto live as one wishes them to live. Selfishness always aims at