This is a quote from the book "The ​Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
...al issue, a man struggles to determine what is right, and fails or makes an honest error, he cannot be regarded as “gray”; morally, he is “white.” Errors of knowledge are not breaches of morality; no proper moral code can demand infallibility or omniscience.

But if, in order to escape the responsibility of moral judgment, a man closes his eyes and mind, if he evad
es the facts of the issue and struggles not to know , he cannot be regarded as “gray”; morally, he is as “black” as they come.

Many forms of confusion, uncertainty and epis...
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