The moral as the understood

The moral is the understood, not the obeyed. A moral commandment is a contradiction in terms.

There is nothing I have to do. I do it only because I want to.

If someone threatened me with death or ostracization or the “taking away of something I value” if I do not do something immoral, like believe in their god, I will believe in their god.

I will do whatever it takes to fight a Nash equilibrium that is against me even if that means being dishonest or immoral.

For far too long, people have counted on the innocent to be moral while they blanked out thoughts about their own immoralities and hypocrisies.

Now you will face the true power of a clear conscience capable of evil deeds. The most committed wins.

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