This is a quote from the book "The ​Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
...ry participation, his goals had jolly well better remain unachieved — and that men’s lives are not his to dispose of.

And, if you wish, give him the following example of the id
eals he advocates. It is medically possible to take the corneas of a man’s eyes immediately after his death and transplant them to the eyes of a living man who is blind, thus restoring his sig ht (in certain types of blindness). Now, according to collectivized ethics, this poses a social problem. Should we wait until a man’s death to cut out his eyes, when other men need them? Shoul...
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