This is a quote from the book "The Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
...n choosing his actions and goals, man faces constant alternatives. In order to choose, he requires a standard of value — a purpose which his actions are to serve or at which they are to aim. �
�� ‘Value’ presupposes an answer to the question: of value to whom and for what?” (Atlas Shrugged .) What is to be the goal or purpose of a man’s actions? Who is to be the intended benef
iciary of his actions? Is he to hold, as his primary moral purpose, the achievement of his own life and happiness — or should his primary moral purpose be to serve the wishes and needs of othe...
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