This is a quote from the book "The ​Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
...the needs of irrational brutes, who have never outgrown the primordial practice of human sacrifices.”

Ever since their first publication, Ayn Rand’s works have had a major impa
ct on the intellectual scene. Her new morality — the ethics of rational self-interest — challenges the altruist-collectivist fashions of our day. Known as Objectivism, her unique philosophy is the underlying theme of her famous novels.


Introduction


The title of this book may evoke the kind of question that I hear once in a while: “Why do ...
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