This is a quote from the book "The Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
... mean that nobody is ever fully right or fully wrong. But that is not what that proposition means or implies. It implies only that in judging an issue, one should take cognizance of or give a he
aring to both sides. This does not mean that the claims of both sides will necessarily be equally valid, nor even that there will be some modicum of justice on both sides. More often than not, j
ustice will be on one side, and unwarranted presumption (or worse) on the other.
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There are, of course, complex issues in which both sides are right in some respects and wrong in ot...