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1. To say that something is a normative theory is to say that

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1. To say that something is a normative theory is to say that it tells us what we ought to do. (true or false)
2. Psychological egoism is a theory the holds that we each ought to do what is in our own best interest. (true or false)
3. The motivational form of psychological egoism asserts that we always try to do what we think is in our own best interest. (true or false)
4.The most reasonable form of psychological egoism holds that we always do what is in our own best interest. (true or false)
5.The view that everyone ought to take care of him or herself because this would work to the benefit of all is not egoism but a form of utilitarianism. (true or false)
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