The Moral Fanatic, aphorism 133, The Mechanics of Virtue, Matt Berry


The Moral Fanatic: Mustering up the courage to actualize one’s morality is often the beginning of immorality. In fact moral actualization is often that backdrop of Evil without which there might have been no display of Good. Solitary actualization usually offends the public, and the moral display of removing this offense often succeeds by default ... and Good then triumphs over Evil.

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