Discuss psychological and ethical egoism. In your post, respond to each of the following questions. Can you think of an example in which someone does not receive some benefit (e.g., feeling good) from acting selflessly? If psychological egoism is true, then must ethical egoism also be true? Why or why not? Are there acts that are truly selfless? When you do something to help someone else, what are your internal motivations? In other words, why do you do it? According to ethical egoism, helping another person when there is no benefit to yourself is morally wrong. Does this seem counterintuitive to you? What would the world be like without altruistic acts?