ALL’S FAIR IN LOVE AND WAR

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Truth, the agreement between thinking and thing,-between thought and that,-is as desirable as seeing and hearing without illusion or confusion. Truth, the agreement between thinking and expression, is made a duty by Moralists, yet generally with reservations.

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THE PHILOSOPHY OF EGOISM XXV

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A woman is-possibly an Egoist. Apart from this possibility she is-simply a female. If an Egoist, she will determine her actions with precisely that interior freedom possessed by the male Egoist.

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THE PHILOSOPHY OF EGOISM XXII

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What is good? What is evil? These words express only appreciations.

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THE PHILOSOPHY OF EGOISM XXI

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Since the publication of these chapters began, I have seen in libertarian papers several flippant remarks and attempted refutations.

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THE PHILOSOPHY OF EGOISM XX

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One can feign a selfish motive to obtain opportunity to do an act of personal kindness ; that is, one feigns other self-interested purpose in order to accomplish another self-interested purpose–to overcome the pride of independence in another person.

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THE PHILOSOPHY OF EGOISM XXIII

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Truth, the agreement between thinking and thing,-between thought and that,-is as desirable as seeing and hearing without illusion or confusion. Truth, the agreement between thinking and expression, is made a duty by Moralists, yet generally with reservations.

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THE PHILOSOPHY OF EGOISM XXI

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Since the publication of these chapters began, I have seen in libertarian papers several flippant remarks and attempted refutations.

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THE PHILOSOPHY OF EGOISM XX

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One can feign a selfish motive to obtain opportunity to do an act of personal kindness ; that is, one feigns other self-interested purpose in order to accomplish another self-interested purpose–to overcomethe pride of independence in another person. A number of the most delightful stories have this point.

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