John Carroll Quote

The egoist … destroys the universal importance accorded to moral law by showing that life independent of it is possible. Secondly, and even more intolerably to the pious, he manages to do so with shameless enjoyment.


p. 33 - Break-Out from the Crystal Palace (1974)

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The egoist … destroys the universal importance accorded to moral law by showing that life independent of it is possible. Secondly, and even more...

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The egoist … destroys the universal importance accorded to moral law by showing that life independent of it is possible. Secondly, and even more...

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The egoist … destroys the universal importance accorded to moral law by showing that life independent of it is possible. Secondly, and even more...

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The egoist … destroys the universal importance accorded to moral law by showing that life independent of it is possible. Secondly, and even more...