Unformatted text preview: c. How does Korihor’s theory of management in Alma 30:17 fit in with 2a & 3 above? d. Does ‘natural man’ differ from ‘human nature’? 4. What do these ideas imply about the “self” of self-interest? a. A non-reductive conception of the “self” a.i. The ego is active: the acting, desiring, willing ‘moment’ of the self. a.ii. As a ‘self’ I am an “ego” but I am not just an “ego” a.iii. As a self I am also passive—affected by that which is other than me. Examples: a.iii.1. Pain a.iii.2. Sleep a.iii.3. Illness a.iii.4. Aging a.iv. What I do—pursue—can have consequences ensue—follow....
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- Winter '10
- Economics, Homo economicus, Mcculley