Friday, September 27, 2013

Today's Maxwell Quote

From That My Family Should Partake (1974), 39-40:
Those who are grossly selfish are also the same people who, cavalierly, use ends to justify means. For the grossly selfish, once an object or desire has been fastened on, it is very easy for the selfish person to ignore the harm and injury done to others (and to institutions) when he reaches for that object.