This is a quote from the book "The Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
...that a desire or a whim is an irreducible moral primary, that every man is entitled to any desire he might feel like asserting, that all desires have equal moral validity, and that the only way
men can get along together is by giving in to anything and “compromising” with anyone. It is not hard to see who would profit and who would lose by such a doctrine.
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ity of this doctrine — and the reason why the term “compromise” implies, in today’s general usage, an act of moral treason — lies in the fact that it requires men to accept ethical sub...