5 edition of Altruism in later life found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 239-259) and index.
|Statement||Elizabeth Midlarsky, Eva Kahana.|
|Series||Sage library of social research ;, v. 196|
|LC Classifications||BF724.85.A47 M53 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 269 p. :|
|Number of Pages||269|
|ISBN 10||0803927681, 080392769X|
|LC Control Number||94019448|
Effective altruism is a philosophy and social movement that advocates using evidence and reasoning to determine the most effective ways to benefit others.: 2: 4–7 Altruism refers to improving the lives of others—as opposed to egoism, which emphasizes only self-interest.: 4–5: 12 Effectiveness refers to doing the most good with whatever resources are available—as opposed to only doing. The defect of reciprocal altruism is clear. If a person acts to benefit another in the expectation that the favor will be returned, the natural response is: “That’s not altruism!” Pure altruism, we think, requires a person to sacrifice for another without consideration of personal gain. Doing good for another person because something’s.
The Elitist Philanthropy of So-Called Effective Altruism. Later in the book, Friedman uses the analogy of buying a friend a birthday present to make his point. determined that only those causes about which it is passionate are worthy of making the cut—American children dying of life-threatening diseases need not get in line but. But in his new book Does Altruism Exist?, David Sloan Wilson says these arguments miss the , SUNY Distinguished Professor of Biology and Anthropology at Binghamton University, argues that what really drives altruism in society is not the intention of the person, good or bad, but the altruistic act itself and its effect on the community—in other words, its evolutionary function.
In conversation with Western philosophical and scientific perspectives, the book offers a Buddhist vision for extending altruism beyond its natural limits through carefully crafted meditation practices. The goal is, quite simply, to enable you and me, our society, and all sentient beings to experience less suffering and greater happiness. , Altruism in later life / Elizabeth Midlarsky, Eva Kahana Sage Publications Thousand Oaks Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further .
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Instead, this book adheres to its central thesis, that the inclination towards altruism is original, immanent and pervasive throughout the human species. Based on that view, Ricard goes on to locate altruistic trends, threads, terminologies and methods throughout the vast array of -ologies, -isms and case studies (backed by pages of notes /5(59).
Altruism in Later Life explores and refutes this view with cogent, empirical data. Authors Elizabeth Midlarsky and Eva Kahana introduce the results of a series of investigations on assistance offered by--rather than to--the elderly, in the context of historical, philosophical, and theoretical trends in gerontology and altruism research.
ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm. Contents: 1. Introduction Theories and Concepts of Altruism and Helping Beyond Current Views of Aging: The Role of Altruism in Late Life Helping Across the Life Span: Naturalistic Experiments Predictors of Helping and Well-Being in Older.
The productive contribution by older adults to the lives of others through altruism and helping is the focus of this book, which provides a useful antidote to the view that the elderly are recipients rather than givers of ing a brief historical survey of ageing treatments, Price: $ Altruism in Later Life by Elizabeth S.
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Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Price of Altruism: George Price and the Search for the Origins of Kindness/5(63). Altruism is the principle and moral practice of concern for happiness of other human beings or animals, resulting in a quality of life both material and is a traditional virtue in many cultures and a core aspect of various religious traditions and secular worldviews, though the concept of "others" toward whom concern should be directed can vary among cultures and religions.
Books shelved as altruism: Doing Good Better: How Effective Altruism Can Help You Make a Difference by William MacAskill, The Selfish Gene by Richard Daw.
The author of the international bestseller Happiness makes a passionate case for altruism -- and why we need it now more than ever. In Happiness, Matthieu Ricard demonstrated that true happiness is not tied to fleeting moments or sensations, but is an enduring state of soul rooted in mindfulness and compassion for he turns his lens from the personal to the/5.
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altruism, informal helping, volunteering, depression, life satisfaction, positiv e affect, negative affect It is well to give when asked, but it is better to give unasked, through under. These are some of the many questions addressed in Graham Music’s new book, The Good Life: Wellbeing and the new science of altruism, selfishness and immorality.
Drawing from a large body of research from psychology, evolutionary biology, and neuroscience, Music distills what we know and don’t yet know about human nature and the role of the.
The author of the international bestseller Happiness makes a passionate case for altruism — and why we need it now more than ever. In Happiness, Matthieu Ricard demonstrated that true happiness is not tied to fleeting moments or sensations, but is an enduring state of soul rooted in mindfulness and compassion for he turns his lens from the personal to the global, with a 5/5(1).
Objectives: We examined the influence of prosocial orientations including altruism, volunteering, and informal helping on positive and negative well-being outcomes among retirement community dwelling : We utilize data from 2 waves, 3 years apart, of a panel study of successful aging (N = ).
Psychosocial well-being outcomes measured include life satisfaction. The book, including her story, was later featured in The New York Times. She received her first phone call at that morning. She received her first phone call at that : Megan Othersen Gorman. As soon as he told me this idea, I thought it was brilliant and wanted to get very heavily involved, and we co-founded the organisation six months later, in November “Effective altruism is about using your time and money as effectively as possible, to do as much good as possible, and working out how to have the biggest possible impact.”.
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Elizabeth Midlarsky The productive contribution by older adults to the lives of others through altruism and helping is the focus of this book, which provides a useful antidote to the view that the elderly are recipients rather than givers of help.
Altruism in Later Life. Af Elizabeth S. Midlarsky & Eva Kahana. The productive contribution by older adults to the lives of others through altruism and helping is the focus of this book, which provides a useful antidote to the view that the elderly are recipients rather than givers of help.
The book’s later chapters examine altruism’s place in human experience, specifically in individual psychology, in religion, in economics, and in daily social life. Refreshingly, Wilson is not as hostile to religion as many of his fellow biologists.
Altruism as an ego defense should be distinguished from true altruism—one being primarily a means to cover up uncomfortable feelings and the other being primarily a means to some external end. Please try again later.
case for altruism and the urgent need for empathy in an increasingly self-centred and materialistic world. Through stories drawn from real. “In this highly readable book a remarkable philosophical mind is at work, inspired by applying evolutionary theory to real life as we know it.
The message is that altruism is alive and well, and it can actually be taken into account as we plan a better modern life—as long as we focus on the right kinds of altruism.”—Chris Boehm.