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Ch. 7: How might the phenomenon of a guilty conscience be used to support the theory of psychological egoism? How might the very same phenomenon be used to argue against psychological egoism? Which argument do you think is better, and why?
Ch. 8: What is the relationship between psychological egoism and ethical egoism. Explain how they are similar and how they differ. Does accepting one theory commit you to accepting the other? Does rejecting one commit you to rejecting the other? Why or why not?
Ch. 8: In what ways does ethical egoism require actions that seem to be paradigmatic cases of immorality? How serious of a problem is this for the theory? What should the egoist say in response?

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