Ayn Rand's Book: The Virtue of Selfishness

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Psychology

 

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February 21, 2015

 

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b) that the brute's activities are in fact to one's own interest. Premise 4: Altruism therefore means that it permits no concept of a self-respecting, self-supporting man- a man who supports his life by his own effort and neither sacrifices himself nor others. Premise 5: The reasons why man needs a moral code will tell you that the purpose of morality is to define man's proper values and interests, that concern with his own interests is the essence of the moral existence, and that man must be the beneficiary of his own moral actions...
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b) that the brute's activities are in fact to one's own interest. Premise 4: Altruism therefore means that it permits no concept of a self-respecting, self-supporting man- a man who supports his life by his own effort and neither sacrifices himself nor others. Premise 5: The reasons why man needs a moral code will tell you that the purpose of morality is to define man's proper values and interests, that concern with his own interests is the essence of the moral existence, and that man must be the beneficiary of his own moral actions...
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