This is a quote from the book "The Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
...criminally motivated, but may be caused by irresponsibility and irrationality. Still others may be complex issues with some claim to justice on both sides. But whatever the case may be, all such
issues have to be made subject to objectively defined laws and have to be resolved by an impartial arbiter, administering the laws, i.e., by a judge (and a jury, when appropriate).
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> Observe the basic principle governing justice in all these cases: it is the principle that no man may obtain any values from others without the owners’ consent — and, as a corollary, that ...