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Thursday, March 17, 2016

On free will

"He has the power to use his cognitive faculty as its nature requires, but not the power to alter it nor to escape the consequences of its misuse. He has the power to suspend, evade, corrupt or subvert his perception of reality, but not the power to escape the existential and psychological disasters that follow." ~ Ayn Rand in The Metaphysical and the Man-Made

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