[P]hilanthropists are like firefighters who not only decide ... whose aid they will come to, but who are ... also responsible for having started the fire.
Even eight purported transplants couldn’t guarantee Rockefeller had a heart. The death of the world’s oldest billionaire on March 20 has been widely commented on in social media, with undisguised sarcasm and delight – even with calculated reference to fabricated reporting on a record number of operations.
Instrumentally rational people are convinced that no one acts totally unselfishly. Both Mark Zuckerberg's defenders and his critics apparently agree on that point — and that's too bad.