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The masses are mediocre; the multitudes are great.
The tendency of liberal individualism, which makes all association optional, is a tendentious “opting out.”
I take my uniqueness too seriously for that.
It is the liberty to do what I want in my way, for my reasons, under circumstances of my choosing. Notice I did not say “with whomever I want.”
Primary among the individualist illusions is that one can do anything by oneself.
Anyone who demands to be treated as an individual regardless of race is hankering after a white privilege that whites never really wanted.
The greatest affronts to “individualism” or “individuality” are launched from the sociological front.