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Who pose the "is/ought" gap problem], let me stress that the fact that living entities exist and function necessitates the existence of values and of an ultimate value which for any given living entity is its own life .... The fact that a living entity is determines what it ouglzf to do. [The Virtue of Selfishness (New York: Signet Books, 1967), pp. 15-17] And this is where morality enters the + h n ca n p n r ; - G ~1~;nrI Gf [ife ~ I L L U IL . ~ ~ ~ l l ~ that human beings possess, they are subject not just to evaluation but also to moral * a Rnpnlrpa U L L ~ U ~ L LIIL ~ i l l u evaluation.