|I believe your concept division lacks support in common usage.
It appears as if Anders Sandberg <email@example.com> wrote:
|Common usage tends to identify the two divisions, which is bad because
|then all forms of this emotion are lumped together as bad, and the
|alternative is to be non-envious which usually is meant to mean
|"doesn't want anything anybody else has" - a perfect altruist subject
|for robbers and kings.
Non-envy does not necessarily imply altruism.
If X does not envy Y having Z, does not imply that X feel altruistic.
X could simply dislike having Z.
Example: Z = AIDS
I can think up a number of other, less drastic, examples.