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  1. In my opinion, none. The main thing is not to confuse hedonism as a purely axiological worldview with egoism and utilitarianism.

    Well, an important clarification – what kind of hedonism do you have in mind? This concept has been constantly changing in the history of philosophy. And not just philosophy.

  2. Wasting your life on entertainment and pleasure, instead of helping at least those who need it badly, or creating some very serious projects. Similarly, hedonism is essentially the opposite of asceticism. If asceticism improves personal self-organization and through self-control there is personal growth, then with hedonism it is possible when everything is the other way around, only indulging one's weaknesses and desires. But this of course strongly depends on the hedonist's personal understanding of the question of what exactly he needs pleasure for.

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