In the article, Selflessness and the Loss of Self, Jean Hampton writes, Often philosophers who commend altruism assume that someone who cares for another even at the expense of her own welfare is an impressive and highly moral figure.
In disagreement, Hampton states her personal view, Not all self-sacrifice is worthy of our respect or moral commendation, and not all such sacrifice really benefits those at whom it is aimed.
Please answer the following questions:
1- In your own words, briefly explain the Terry Case from Jean Hamptons article, Selflessness and the Loss of Self. (50 points)
2- Fully explain whether or not you believe that the Terry Case clearly exemplifies Hamptons, above stated, personal view? (50 points)