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Self-deception is so far from impossible that it is one of the most ordinary phenomena with which we are acquainted. Nothing is more usual than for a man to impute his actions to honorable motives when it is nearly demonstrable that they flowed from some corrupt and contemptible force.

William Godwin

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Author Profession: Writer
Nationality: English
Born: March 3, 1756
Died: April 7, 1836

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