The Virtue of SelfishnessAyn Rand
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|publish date||Nov 1, 1964|
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A collection of Ayn Rand’s views on ethics. Rand argues that an entity’s values are determined by its objective life-needs, the requirements of survival for entities of its kind, and ethics is a requirement of human survival, and that the choice to live is not morally obligatory.