This is a quote from the book "The Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
...al neutrality necessitates a progressive sympathy for vice and a progressive antagonism to virtue. A man who struggles not to acknowledge that evil is evil, finds it increasingly dangerous to ac
knowledge that the good is the good. To him, a person of virtue is a threat that can topple all of his evasions — particularly when an issue of justice is involved, which demands that he take
sides. It is then that such formulas as “Nobody is ever fully right or fully wrong” and “Who am I to judge?” take their lethal effect. The man who begins by saying: “There is some good...
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