The way we see ourselves, and how we view others, depends upon just how wide of a canvas we’re laying out; how much background information we’re letting into the picture.  There’s nothing objective or “final” at all about how we construct reality.   When the view is that altruism, or seeing others as equal, is contrary to common sense, it may only mean that we haven’t actually rolled back the view wide enough to see how sensible such this view actually is.


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