Egoism - Altruism

Egoism is the ethical doctrine that morality has its foundations in self-interest. The ethical belief that self-interest is the just and proper motive for all human conduct. Excessive preoccupation with one's own well-being and interests, usually accompanied by an inflated sense of self-importance.
Altruism is unselfish concern for the welfare of others, selflessness.


[ 0-10]   Egocentricity. This is usually an emotionally immature person with low aesthetic concerns. Often has difficulties in making contacts. 

[11-25]   Egoism. This is often an emotionally immature person with low aesthetic concerns. They do not like to take risk.

[26-40]   More of an egoist than an altruist. A person thinks realistically but lacks interest in art and religion. Does not like to take risks.  

[41-60]   A reasonable thinking person. Neither an altruist nor an egoist, neither an excessively guarded nor over-confident.

[61-75]   More of an altruist than an egoist. Has a predilection towards community work. However, often their altruism may be only a mask. 

[76-90]   Magnanimity. Large predilection to community work. Sometimes their altruism is only a mask.

[91-99]   Altruism and magnanimity. They feel themselves accountable for company. But it is possible, that their altruism is only a mask.