Unformatted text preview: the situation of others. In the case of Gyges I believe that his actions were driven by the philosophy of Psychological Egoism. Once he learned of the powers he now had with the ring, I believe that his self interests overpowered all other possible actions. Once invisible he immediately acted in immoral ways. Unlike ethical egoism where he would feel inclined to act for himself, I feel the internal drive that psychological egoism philosophy describes took hold and forced him into the choices he made....
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- Philosophy of life, Psychological egoism, Ethical egoism, Spencer Campion