Near-Egoism is a term used in psychology to describe a personality trait that involves a strong tendency to justify one’s own actions and beliefs, regardless of their validity or consequences. Near-egoists are often self-centred, narcissistic, and defensive, and they may rationalize their failures or mistakes by blaming others or external factors. Near-Egoism can be seen as a way of protecting one’s Self-esteem and maintaining a consistent, positive image of oneself in the face of reality. However, near-Egoism can also lead to conflicts, denial, and distorted perceptions of reality, as well as difficulties in forming healthy relationships with others.
Free will is a philosophical concept that refers to the ability of human beings to make decisions or perform actions independently of any prior event or state of the universe. In this article, we will discuss it's meaning and philosophical traditions.