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Evolutionary theorists argue that altruistic behavior is a survival trait, much like eating or having sex.

He essentially showed exactly what you predict, which is that people feel less warm toward people who are extremely moral and altruistic.

And he looked calm and altruistic and rather hollow round his eyes.

Affinities and Other StoriesMary Roberts Rinehard

There speaks the altruistic spirit of the young artist, laughed Luke.

So intent was he upon the arrangements for his altruistic plans that the dearth of children did not receive his notice.

This kind of hypocrisy is in reality an indirect product of altruistic sentiments.

The first were influenced by the most honourable of altruistic motives.

The broadening and deepening of the altruistic interests is a familiar feature of adolescent life.

College TeachingPaul Klapper

It was fitting that the Hawaiian poet should celebrate the dog and his altogether virtuous and altruistic services to mankind.

Unwritten Literature of HawaiiNathaniel Bright Emerson

He seems rather to have embraced the "Lady Poverty" and to have been singularly unselfish and altruistic.

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