This is a quote from the book "The ​Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
... not a moral principle, but a negation of moral principles and the banishment of morality from social issues.

When “might” is opposed to “right,” the concept of “might”
can have only one meaning: the power of brute, physical force — which, in fact, is not a “power” but the most hopeless state of impotence; it is merely the “power” to destroy; it is t he “power” of a stampede of animals running amuck.

Yet that is the goal of most of today’s intellectuals. At the root of all their conceptual switches, there lies another, mo...
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