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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