I’ve been pondering the question of ulterior motives. Are they inborn or learned? I was thinking that it seems like now more than ever, there are more societal ulterior motives. But I’m wrong.

What is an ulterior motive?

Your Dictionary explains an ulterior motive this way. An alternative or extrinsic reason for doing something, especially when concealed or when differing from the stated or apparent reason.

Where did it come from?…

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