"The idea of moral character is outworn and ridiculous."

Pax Hominibus Bonae Voluntatis by Aleister Crowley in International, Dec 1917.

"The idea of moral character is outworn and ridiculous." [via]

Doctrine of the Will

You may be interested in Doctrine of the Will newly added this month over at Project Gutenberg.

"Every perception, every judgment, every thought, which appears within the entire sphere of the Intelligence; every sensation, every emotion, every desire, all the states of the Sensibility, present objects for the action of the Will in one direction or another. The sphere of the Will’s activity, therefore, is as extensive as the vast and almost boundless range of the Intelligence and Sensibility both. Now while all the phenomena of these two last named faculties are, in themselves, wholly destitute of moral character, the action of the Will, in the direction of such phenomena, constitutes complex states of mind, which have a positive moral character. In all instances, the moral and voluntary elements are one and identical.”