This is a quote from the book "The ​Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
...and observe in what manner it ignores or opposes these four considerations.

(a) Reality. The mere fact that two men desire the same job does not constitute proof that either of the
m is entitled to it or deserves it, and that his interests are damaged if he does not obtain it.

(b) Context. Both men should know that if they desire a job, their goal is made pos
sible only by the existence of a business concern able to provide employment — that that business concern requires the availability of more than one applicant for any job — that if only one ...
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