- "Is a man not entitled to the sweat of his brow? 'No!' says the man in Washington, 'It belongs to the poor.' 'No!' says the man in the Vatican, 'It belongs to God.' 'No!' says the man in Moscow, 'It belongs to everyone.' I rejected those answers; instead, I chose something different. I chose the impossible. I chose... Rapture, a city where the artist would not fear the censor, where the scientist would not be bound by petty morality, Where the great would not be constrained by the small! And with the sweat of your brow, Rapture can become your city as well."
- ― Andrew Ryan, Bioshock
The power to embody objectivism. Variation of Philosophy Embodiment.
The user embodies the values of objectivism, a philosophy invented by Russian-American Writer and political enthusiast Ayn Rand that puts emphasis on objective reality, which is defined by maximizing virtues like reason, laissez-faire capitalism, massive self-interest and the use of art to express reality.
Main Objectivism ValuesEdit
Overlap With Social EmbodimentEdit
- Greed Empowerment - Focus on self interest is not only allowed, but encouraged.
- Rationalism - Understanding reality through deduction.
Overlap With Morality EmbodimentEdit
- Selfishness - Virtue of self-interest.
- Because objectivism argues against altruistic policies from the individual, users that induce altruism could impede or even harm the user.
See also: Objectivism