People leave together and interact for different reasons. From the early 19th century, various scholars and researchers have tried to explain the growth and development of culture and economics. Although human beings are moral to each other, they tend to consider their interest first, and the rest of the community comes later. The paper takes the perspective that human beings are self-interested and in this perspective, values are defined as the principles and beliefs that hold a particular group together. In the study of anthropology, which is the relationship between people’s interests and economics, people are self-interested, and despite having common needs, they fight for the scarce resources. Different studies have been conducted to try and explain the origin of the altruism and selfishness in human beings, but still, the answer remains unclear. The paper establishes that human-beings are self-centered and use their powers to fight for the available resources.