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The Basics of Ayn Rand's Philosophy: Introducing my "Introduction to Objectivism" Page

Hot off the digital press is my “Introduction to Objectivism” page. It conveys the basics of Ayn Rand‘s philosophy in an overview summary. It also explains some of the benefits of learning about her philosophy–called Objectivism–a little about the nature of moral and philosophical principles, and a little about how this rational philosophy fits in with modern science. 101 more words

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Books I read in this Summer. Part- 3

“How ever, I’ve learned that the heart can’t be told when and who and how it should love. The heart does whatever the hell it wants to do. 107 more words

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“Do you know the hallmark of the second-rater? It’s resentment of another man’s achievement.” – Dr. Robert Stadler

Atlas Shrugged

Some days ago I published this quote at the bottom of this post, a selection from Ayn Rand´s Atlas Shrugged in LinkedIn. I’ve been surprised by the different array of reactions to it by friends and acquaintances here in the U.S. 1,728 more words

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The Adventures of Randville

In the spirit of Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged, Libertarians and Wealth Discrepancy in modern day US, let’s have some fun by applying the “every man for himself” philosophy to a American Frontier town… 280 more words


Ayn Rand predictions coming true in Puerto Rico

A business owner in Seattle has decided to pay his employees according to their needs.  Leftists are celebrating.  From NBC News:

A Seattle entrepreneur on Monday delivered a startling message to his employees — he is raising the minimum pay for all of his employees to $70,000, while reducing his own pay to the same amount from about $1 million.

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Objectivism, Necromancy, and Other Fantasy Staples

This post discusses domestic violence.
Magic: The Gathering tournaments are, for events whose most significant mainstream exposure has come in the form of its participants’ ass cracks[1], big deals. 2,661 more words