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... Question One Psychological egoism purports that all human beings are inherently born with the urge to pursue interests that are beneficial to themselves. It argues that, the motivations of every human being are motivated by the pursuit of self-interests, whether knowingly or unknowingly. Simply, human beings are only interested in pursuing things that serve their specific end goals, all the time. The concept is related to ethical egoism in that, both suggest that human beings act out of self-interest. However, under ethical egoism, self-interest is desirable if in some instances, human beings restrain themselves from pursuing their interest if it results in- harming others, or when... Question One...