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Even our most charitable actions are a means to certain kind of personal happiness and satisfaction.
In a way, (because) basic survival requires one to eventually take a portion of a pool of limited resources (food, housing, money etc.) to use on themselves instead of giving it to another.
Being selfish means caring for only yourself. If when you act it is for the well being of others as well as yourself it is not selfish.
In caring for others, you also care for yourself, as they are more likely to help you down the line.
Define "selfish." This relies on some conception of free will or freedom of choice. From a purely reductionistic viewpoint, everything is just chemicals, and chemicals cannot be selfish; there must be a higher level of abstraction.
Altruism is the most intelligent form of egoism.
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