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To break the association between necessity and meaningfulness would be a great boon to our happiness.
Consumerism, in turn, is the trivialization of choice.
Ethical maturity means seeing all the colors; political maturity means seeing in black and white.
The first pole is economic: the drive to profit. The second pole is ethical: the drive to rule.
But if it is, it must be bad in itself; it cannot be bad for the dead.
Neutrality is not objectivity when the object itself is not neutral.
No wonder that we are constantly muddling and mucking our ethical way.
You don’t know me. You don’t even know yourself.
Substitute “interests” and “incentives” for “rights” and “duties.”
It took a demon to rediscover the fundamental ethical move: generate a new option that refuses the dilemma given.