an immoralist, The Mechanics of Virtue, Matt Berry, aphorism 127


The only way for timely success as an immoralist is to bait one’s hook with the success of a past immoralist.  One does not say, “I....,” one says, “Nietzsche....”  There is such a thing as a conventional immorality, and as it goes with conventional opinions, it is not threatened in the least by its being a contradiction.

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