This is a quote from the book "The ​Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
...truism) is, in fact, impossible to practice, it is the code that must be condemned as “black,” not its victims evaluated as “gray.” If a moral code prescribes irreconcilable contradictio ns — so that by choosing the good in one respect, a man becomes evil in another — it is the code that must be rejected as “black.” If a moral code is inapplicable to reality — if it of fers no guidance except a series of arbitrary, groundless, out- of-context injunctions and commandments, to be accepted on faith and practiced automatically, as blind dogma — its practitioners...
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