This is a quote from the book "The Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
...d as: “There are no blacks and whites, there are only grays.”
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This is asserted in regard to persons, actions, principles of conduct, and morality in general. “Black and white
,” in this context, means “good and evil.” (The reverse order used in that catch phrase is interesting psychologically.)
In any respect one cares to examine, that notion is f
ull of contradictions (foremost among them is the fallacy of “the stolen concept”). If there is no black and white, there can be no gray — since gray is merely a mixture of the two.