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Tolerance (Relativism Continued...)

Ah! “Tolerance!” The most valued and highest held virtue of a relativist society. Now, there is nothing wrong with tolerance when properly understood. It is something that can be used for good, but in the relativist’s mind being “intolerant” means disagreeing with someone. 535 more words


Moral Relativism

Lets start out with a topic that isn’t given much thought by the average person yet when brought up its very controversial. Why? Because thats what I like to do, make you think about something other then what Kim Kardashian had for lunch. 592 more words


We are all Randian Mutualists Now

Take a look at these quotes:

“In the social order reciprocity is the formula of justice. Reciprocity is defined in the maxim: Do as you would be done by.

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Distrust of Technology Puts a Break on Innovation

Yesterday evening my first article on a professional opinion platform was published. The website is called The Post Online. Right now it has 64 shares on facebook, for this website the second place of the day. 285 more words


The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand: A Review

I recently finished reading Ayn Rand’s The Fountainhead, first published in 1943, which is about an architect, Howard Roark who defies mainstream archetypes and is considered a pariah for it. 574 more words

The Life Of Failure McFadden - A Novel

Libertarian women's history month: Dana Berliner

Dana Berliner (May 31, 196? – ) was born in southern California, where her father, Michael Berliner, was the first executive director of the Ayn Rand Institute and a professor of education at California State University and her mother, Dr. 1,140 more words

Ayn Rand