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Part IVn
"Everybody Acts From Their Own Sense of Good" - Maurice Nicoll

Every acts from the own sense of good

The points of view of: A-B-C-D-E-F-G-H are equally valid.

A's point of view is opposite E's point of view.
B's point of view is opposite F's point of view
C's point of view is opposite G's point of view
D's point of view is opposite H's point of view

All are equally valid at the same time.

Principle: There is more than one truth, which relates to a situation. Just because A's point of view is valid does not mean that E's point of view is any less valid. Everybody's point of view is self-serving as well as being limited. In the end, it is not one or the other, but rather both (all).

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