Selfishness/Self Love/Self Interest
Benevolence - see someone being benevolent and get agreeable feeling and we do it because it's beneficial to us
Hume's response: It does appeal to sentiments, but there are cases where it doesn't seem to be for self interest
ie historical figure, if they have an agreeable virtue (or vice and disagreeable). But you don't know them and they don't affect you thus does not connect to your self interest. Same thing happens with fictional characters.
ie chess opponents: are opponents but get agreeable feeling because of their skill even though its contrary to self interest.