愛他主義, 他愛, 博愛主義, 愛他
Noun(1) the quality of unselfish concern for the welfare of others
(1) It can't be easy for people to leave home and come to a new place, even when the people in the new place are full of altruism and eagerness to help.(2) reciprocal altruism(3) The free sharing of information has nothing to do with altruism or a specific anti-authoritarian social vision.(4) Misguided though this might have been, my grandfather was motivated by altruism and a deep belief in human dignity.(5) Both had their critics, but none of their detractors would doubt their altruism and social commitment.(6) Patients who take part in trials do so at least partly from altruism .(7) These enlightened and evolved people believe in altruism , idealism, and activism.(8) A phenomenon that has been well studied in birds is altruism .(9) Are there any other animal examples of this type of social structure where altruism seems to play a part?(10) There have been far too many acts of generosity and altruism to list.(11) Yet systems of reciprocal altruism do emerge in various social species, even among us humans.(12) Certainly no one should imagine media corporations are suddenly guided by selfless altruism .(13) Although this is not biological altruism , it is very close to it.(14) The notions of duty and altruism are vital for a tolerant, healthy society.(15) Hiking fanatics can mix self-gratification with altruism by trekking through the wilderness for charity this weekend.(16) The fans are not altogether convinced by his altruism .
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