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I haven’t actually read the book, I only know the basic gist of it, so maybe there’s something or other in there that I wouldn’t agree with.

That said, while I don’t support randomly throwing your might all over the place to crush or impose on others for no good reason, again, I see the basic message as a *descriptive* of the world, and not a prescriptive beyond: “this is how the world really works, so, if you don’t want others to impose on you, then you better have the means to push them back”. But then again, that’s just my interpretation. Do you know what I mean?