From: animated silicon love doll (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Jan 26 2002 - 17:15:33 MST
2002.01.24 20:02:45, Spudboy100@aol.com wrote:
>My reason for submission of the article to this newgroup is the proposition that the notion
>that this is a university study, and quite possibly more, authoratative, then Ayn Rand's
>personal philosophy, as merely an immaginitive, writer. Or is this a flawed or biased
>study? It certainly contradicts Rands world-wiew.
i think it's just a matter of defining selfishness. like i said the people in the expirement don't
cooperate when they aren't getting anything back later, which seems selfish to me.
it mostly just requires not thinking of selfishness as a bad thing - just realizing that people
want some form of recognition when they go out of their way to do something for another
cheshire morgan. we all create life, some of us with wombs,
some with smiles, some with patient hands.
we are all gods, if we choose to be.
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