The Liberty of Egoism

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Ending with a rather optimistic prediction that more and more people will realize their freedom, this essay is a consideration of liberty, free will, the I and We, exploring what these things mean to the egoist, According to Horn the will itself is the only Liberty of man, and the will is acting in the world, whether you are victorious or you fail. Liberty is self-government and self control and pleasure is the "food of the will." The free have no need for morality, and are their own lawgivers. They observe that people are chasing after the phantom of freedom when it is within them the whole time. Yet another informative pamphlet on egoist thought from Enemy Combatant.

"Liberty! Do you now know what liberty is? You clamor for it. I tell you Be free; for you are free!"