Albert Camus Quote

By giving too much importance to fine actions one may end by paying an indirect but powerful tribute to evil, because in so doing one implies that such fine actions are only valuable because they are rare, and that malice or indifference are far more common motives in the actions of men.


The Plague (ed. Penguin UK, 2013) - ISBN: 9780141395210

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By giving too much importance to fine actions one may end by paying an indirect but powerful tribute to evil, because in so doing one implies that...

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By giving too much importance to fine actions one may end by paying an indirect but powerful tribute to evil, because in so doing one implies that...

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By giving too much importance to fine actions one may end by paying an indirect but powerful tribute to evil, because in so doing one implies that...

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By giving too much importance to fine actions one may end by paying an indirect but powerful tribute to evil, because in so doing one implies that...