Heroic Egoism

Heroic Egoism

Heroic Egoism explains the great moral art, the sculpting of moral character, showing you how to sculpt your soul into the form of greatness. The purpose of this book is to provide an ethical training system for creating ideal human beings. This book will provide you with a step-bystep guide on how to practice a rational code of morality in your everyday life. When you exercise in the steps of moral training outlined in these pages consistently and sincerely they will produce in you true strength of character.

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