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Mutuality and Reciprocity for Peaceful Objectivism By Kelly NGYAH
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Through a series of arguements on conceptions of consciousness, perceptions and inductive logic, the value of objectivism is placed side-by-side notions of reason as an absolute which sees man as a... More > heroic being with his own happiness as the moral purpose of his life and with productive achievement as his noblest activity. It further induces that man has free will—the ability to think or not to think, to use reason or not to use it, to go by facts or to go by feelings and thus survive by observing reality, identifying the nature of things, discovering causal relationships, and making the logical connections necessary to produce the things he needs in order to live. Such strict objectivist thoughts stales the comprehensive human solidarity building values which are mutuality and reciprocity which if interweaved appropriately, they’ll portray the best alternative for conflict prevention and peacebuilding prospects.< Less
Ayn Rand and Objectivism By Russell Madden
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A collection of essays about Ayn Rand and the world from an Objectivist perspective. Topics include Ayn Rand, Objectivism, fuel for the soul in Atlas Shrugged, free will and determinism, skepticism,... More > government and anarchy, values and virtues, fascism, war, guns, intellectual property, reviews of books about Rand and Objectivism, and other issues of interest.< Less
Post-Nuclear Objectivism Manifesto By Feline Vomitus
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The Cold War may be over, but total annihilation is just around the corner. Instead of investing our finances and collective will into clean, sustainable resources, we choose to suffocate ourselves,... More > appointing the delicate plutonium beacon to illuminate our dark, uncertain future. We celebrate the inevitable corrosion of human nature and aspire to depict its downfall into nothingness. We are Feline Vomitus. We are Art.< Less
Are Capitalism, Objectivism, and Libertarianism Religions? Yes! By Dr Albert Ellis
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Dr. Albert Ellis thoroughly debunks Capitalism, Objectivism, and Libertarianism as espoused by Adam Smith, The Wall Street Journal, The Economist, Alan Greenspan and his mentor Ayn Rand. This... More > brilliant foray into politics and psychology examines the major tenets of capitalism, objectivism and libertarianism. Dr. Albert Ellis explores these philosophies to unravel their basic premises, and show how ultimately they are not rational, but religious in nature. Dr. Ellis writes, “On the surface, Ayn Rand makes excellent points about humans and their potential for rational behavior. Unfortunately, she postulates on individual and social psychology in such an extremist, fanatical, dogmatic, high-flown moralistic and irrational manner as to destroy much of its sense and effectiveness.” Former president of the Albert Ellis Institute in New York, the author of the book, Dr. Ellis, is the founder of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT), the first of the Cognitive Behavior Therapies.< Less
The Book of Orin By Michael Noble
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A Catholic deacon struggles with his belief in God while his son Orin stands for everything he wants to believe in, but can't. The oldest son Wyland narrates the story as it winds through his own... More > life in small town Minnesota and New York City where he becomes stuck as its observer and nothing more.< Less
Dark Buddhism By Morgan Rosenberg
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Dark Buddhism: Integrating Zen Buddhism and Objectivism merges Objectivism with traditional Zen Buddhism. On the surface, these two philosophies seem to contradict each other, with Ayn Rand’s... More > principles of self-focus and the Buddha’s principles of selflessness, but the author argues that each of them has logical inconsistencies, which once weeded out, means the philosophies can be blended into a cohesive whole.< Less
A Basic Introduction to Rational Ethics By Shawn Huckabay
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A basic introduction to an ethical theory grounded in individual happiness and flourishing.
A Basic Introduction to Rational Ethics By Shawn Huckabay
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A basic introduction to an ethical theory grounded in individual happiness and flourishing.
Rational Gaudism - The Philosophy of Reason, Liberty and Rational Maximization of Self-happiness By Sverre-Henning Brorson
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Rational Gaudism is a complete philosophical system with metaphysics, epistemology, ethics and politics. Metaphysics: Metaphysical ideas are cut down to the absolute minimum that is necessary if... More > further epistemological progression is not to be meaningless / indeterminate. Epistemology: The epistemology is based on strictly logical, rational and scientific principles. Ethics: All human actions are self-happy-motivated, while the ethical guideline is the consequent use of optimal rational evaluations, i.e. to maximize the probability of generating the largest possible sum of self-happiness during life according to basically the same principles as used by natural science. Politics: Rational Gaudism detects the existence of nature-given rights and thus the philosophical basis for all true jurisprudential legitimacy. All other fundaments for legitimacy than the Rational Gaudist one will necessarily meet a contradiction. It is a framework where all politics has to reside in order to be legitimate.< Less
Why Ayn Rand is Wrong (and Why It Matters) By Levi Asher
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A completely new approach to the ethics of Ayn Rand! "Ayn Rand deserves to be taken seriously, and she deserves to be seriously refuted", argues author Levi Asher, who offers to take on any... More > Objectivist believers on purely logical grounds and prove that Ayn Rand was a flawed, if fascinating, philosopher. An essential study of one of the most influential and relevant thinkers of our time.< Less