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Love In America

Racism, prejudice and discrimination exist.  People are sometimes still viewed and treated differently solely because of their superficial attributes without any consideration for the deeper identity of the individual, the content of character.  719 more words

Politics

FAITH AGAINST REASON – 4

PROLOGUE:
In an age of rapid technological and population changes it is natural for individuals to feel useless and left behind. They may be naturally drawn to institutions that offer security without threatening their self-esteem, while meeting their innate aggressive instincts.

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FAITH AGAINST REASON – 3

Continuing with the story of Dhamma Brother, Grady Bankhead, we find that the early development of guilt within him pays dividends in yet another way. 3,839 more words

Ayn Rand

Faith Against Reason - 2

FOREWARD … continued

It was not until Atlas Shrugged that I reached the full answer to Irina’s question. In Atlas Shrugged I explain the philosophical, psychological and moral meaning of the men who value their own lives and of the men who don’t.

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Valli amid the Longueurs

A friend recently invited me to watch “Noi viva” (“We the Living”) the unauthorized and later banned 1942 film adaptation of Ayn Rand’s novel. Now I’m not much of the Ayn-ite, so if you’re looking for a discussion of her source novel or her ideas, check out now. 652 more words

Ayn Rand - a quote on life

As read in We the Living:

“Well, if I asked people whether they believed in life, they’d never understand what I meant. It’s a bad question.

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