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A. C. Ewing achieve Adam Smith altruism answer argument asceticism benevolence Bentham Bertrand Russell Chap chapter Common Sense concept conduct consequences Deontology desire division of labor doctrine duty economic egoism equal ethics evil existence F. A. Hayek fact freedom G. E. Moore give happiness and well-being Hastings Rashdall Henry Hazlitt Hume Ibid ideal immoral individual John Hospers judgments justice Kant Kant's less liberty logical logical positivists long-run interest Ludwig von Mises maximize means ment merely moral code moral philosophers moral rules mutual nations nature never objective one's particular person pleasure practical precisely principle problem production promote prudence psychological hedonism question Rashdall reason recognize regard rules of action sacrifice satisfaction self-interest simply social cooperation socialist society specific Spencer tend theory thing thought tion true ultimate end University utilitarian valuations virtue whole word writers wrong