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Title: Egoism, ignorance and choice : on society's lethal infection
Authors: Camilleri, Jonathan
Keywords: Good and evil -- Philosophy
Liberty -- Philosophy
Choice (Psychology)
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Students' Philosophical Society
Citation: Camilleri, J. (2015). Egoism, ignorance & choice : on society's lethal infection. Threads, 3, 16-22
Abstract: The ability to choose and our innate selfish, or rather, self-preservative urges are a recipe for disaster. Combining this with man's ignorance by definition and especially his general refusal to accept it, inevitably leads to Man's demise as a species. It is our false notion of freedom which contributes directly to our collective death, and therefore, man's trying to escape death is, in the largest of ways, counterproductive.
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Threads, Volume 3 (2015)

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