How many of the following involve the self/ego concept?

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Potential reasons a person does good:
a) To get an eternal reward from god
b) To ensure one’s actions promote good karma
c) To get praise from others (for being humble, doing good, etc.)
d) To get private satisfaction from the idea of helping others, doing good, being spiritual, living a purposeful/meaningful life, being ‘selfless’, and/or being humble

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  1. a, b, and c are the super ego because morality is involved and not in a good form …..d would be the ego because it shows morality in a good form

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