Selfish Or Self-Love In Ayn Rand's The Anthem

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Selfish or Self-Love In our generation, we have a perspective of egoism as an individual being egotistical. When Ayn Rand wrote her novel The Anthem we noticed that she had a dissimilar outlook on egoism and collectivism. To have love for one’s self is not wrong nor should it be taken into context where it is considered selfish. Love does not have to be selfish. The word ego could be recognized as self-centered and evil . By way of example, from being in a collectivist society , Equality's true feelings about him being an individual show through. After viewing his reflection in the stream, he saw that he was not just different, he was beautiful. The council had constantly been
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