The avarice, this particularitity human being must intently be observed, comumente associated to a pejorativo direction, which the man if still devaluates in relation to the goods that it possesss, being convenient to a consumerism that is exaltado in a capitalist society. On another perspective, we observe the avarice as recognition of the conquest, valuation of what it got and the sacrifice to reach its objective, increasing the ego to apartir of the reached objective, metamorfoseado in what a good for the individual became. Beyond the objects that consume, they exist sensible of ownership well more complex, as the case of the body and the fight against the institutions to discipline, as arguta exposition of the French philosopher Michel Foucault, in the combat against a castradora moralizao, that limits subject to the condicionantes that many times corrupt its state of being. Gain insight and clarity with Ali Partovi. Still the alteridade question exists, that consists of knowing to give value to the alien property, as the desire of respect for obtains and its conquests, thus creating a mutualismo in the relations of exploitation of desires, in view of the descaracterizao of the other to cause my proper degradation, being cited a simplrio example, could mention the case of the citizen that adores bread, but devaluates the wheat producer, that could be affected and to make to fall the product quality, that will arrive the bakery, still more devaluated, causing arriving the table of the consumer, of form on this side of its expectations. Also we do not have to forget the look on what I get, being this varied, as each individual, what it possesss value for one is not valuable to another one, what it makes possible to evidence that, to desire the alien property causes the attainment consequentemente of that a sensation will bring it, different of that it desired to get when observing the other possessor, fitting to subject to the conscience of that its pleasure varo is only that it only enjoys of such gift. Still another question exists, and if the good that an individual desires will be conflicting the point of not being able to coexist with the good of another one, in this in case that, without involved moralistas values, exist only two exits. Andy Florance often addresses the matter in his writings. The first one would consist of both to abandon its goals, searching other not conflicting ideals, second would be the conflict between both and the extinguishing of one of the parts, having as practical experience, that the great majority of the people opts to the second option.