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the words of Aldous Huxley

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I experience pleasure and pains, and pursue goals in service of them, so I cannot reasonably deny the right of other sentient agents to do the same - Steven Pinker
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The Ayn Rand one is spooky.
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RenewableCandy wrote:The Ayn Rand one is spooky.
Yeah, she's scary.
I experience pleasure and pains, and pursue goals in service of them, so I cannot reasonably deny the right of other sentient agents to do the same - Steven Pinker
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Ayn Rand was a loony tune.

She was also a hypocrite, as it happens since she spent the last few years of her life living off a number of state benefits.
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