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- Title: PoSA: Chapter IX: The Idea of Freedom
- The representation of one's own or someone else's welfare, however, is
- considering only one's own welfare, even at the cost of the happiness of
- others (pure egoism), or by furthering the welfare of others because
- needs are: 1) the greatest possible welfare of humanity, purely for its own
- The greatest possible welfare of humanity will naturally be understood
- definite representation of this welfare, but to the fact that each person
- furthers the welfare of humanity.
- decline and destruction of much that also contributes to the welfare of
- The principle of the general welfare, as well as that of the progress of
- welfare will first ask what his ideals will contribute to this general
- welfare. He who acknowledges the moral principle of the progress of culture,
- the progress of culture, in others, the general welfare, and in yet others,
- the furtherance of his own welfare, to be the right aim and motive of his
- solely by such laws. Why should my deed serve the general welfare any less
- feel that to serve the general welfare is a duty? The concept of mere duty
- Title: PoSA: Chapter XII: Moral Imagination
- best furthers thy welfare), then in each case must be found first of all
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