Architecture of course… well not exactly… mind, reason, ego…
First of all, before to get the classic Rand’s opus, it’s necessary to change concepts, definitions, a matter of semantics. 3,008 more words
Frequently mentioned are the classic texts of the self-development industry. Off the top of my head, I would recall “Napoleon Hill- Think and Grow Rich”,“Dale Carnegie – How to Win Friends and Influence People” and Stephen Covey’s “7 Habits”. 505 more words
While the most dogmatic followers of Ayn Rand refer to themselves as “Objectivists”, self-described Libertarians, such as former Republican Vice Presidential candidate, Paul Ryan, vocally express respect for the literature and political writing of Ayn Rand. 1,589 more words
I am reminded of Howard Roarke, the non-conformist architect in a novel written by Ayn Rand, The Fountainhead.
Funny, but sometimes I think of this fictional character as a real architect who bravely designed the first few glass and steel skyscrapers in New York City. 113 more words