We hear so many other four letter words today, but not the most important of them all: Love. According to Ayn Rand: To love is to value. Only a rationally selfish man, a man of self-esteem, is capable of love—because he is the only man capable of holding firm, consistent, uncompromising, unbetrayed values. The man […]Read more "The Four Letter Word: L-O-V-E"
The controversial topic made easy with an objectivist point of viewRead more "Disability: Not the End of the Story"
The three characters from Rand’s work explaining the importance of the ownership of ideas.Read more "Intellectual Property On Trial: John Galt, Howard Roark and Steve Ingalls"
A look at the social planning in SwedenRead more "Brave New Sweden, Part 4: The Plan Which Did Not Work"
How does Objectivism view sports? Can we compare sports to art? If so, do sports have any values?Read more "Do Sports Have Values?"