“Act only according to that maxim by which you can at the same time will that it would become a universal law.” So spoke Kant.
And behold the masses muttered unto themselves, “Yay, pettiness and rampant moral censoriousness are mine. But the consequences of my actions shall matter not one mite. The most important thing for me is to reinforce my own feelings of what feel normal to me, replicating mom and pop in their tired old ways, without examining anything about what that means. I resolve right now not to attend to any consequences of my actions, but to go forth quite boldly smiting the intellectual knave who would cause me to think. Divorcing my actions from their consequences is the best way to maintain my inner sense of beauty. In avoiding any trace of thought, I am sincerely beautiful.”