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Atlas Shrugged
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  • One was supposed to describe, not to explain, to catalogue facts, not to evaluate them: Mr. Smith had been defrozen, Mr. Jones had not; that was all.
  • The evaluation of an action as ’practical,’ Dr. Ferris, depends on what it is that one wishes to practice.
  • I am in full agreement with the facts of everything said about me in the newspapers-with the facts, but not with the evaluation.
  • I brought them, not a re-evaluation, but only an identification of their values.
  • "Don’t tell me your evaluation.

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  • I’m evaluating colleges and deciding which I want to apply to.
  • I’m evaluating my job options.

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