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"The heart represents a particular dilemma for Mr. Paul. While he recognizes the practical necessity of a heart to maintain life, he remains suspicious of its redistributionist tendencies (why doesn’t it keep all the blood for itself?) and is also concerned about its symbolic attachment to irrational sentiments such as altruism."

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