I am an Aristotelian in part, who suggests we follow the golden mean and eudemonia.
I am in part a Kantian, who suggests that we follow the categorical imperative to make eudemonia for all , and thereby affirm utilitarianism for the greater good .
And in part stoic, in suggesting that we take things in perspective.
Aristotle is right that we should be part of the greater community, but that depends on how we want to participate, but we owe taxes for the common good.
What is your take?