What is pride? Pride is the recognition of the fact that you are your own highest value. One obtains pride by never accepting any code of irrational virtues impossible to practice and by never failing to practice the virtues one knows to be rational—by never accepting an unearned guilt and never earning any, or, if […]Read more "Pride or Vanity?"
A comprehensive guide on how to enhance your virtue in 3 easy steps.Read more "How to Enhance Your Virtue- A Guide For the Progressives"
The progressives hate the people they envy, how does it weigh up if they are “minorities”?Read more "The Progressive Hatred"
Czech Republic just announced that its citizen should protect themselves from terrorists: by taking matter into their own hands. A German entrepreneur invented a new chastity belt aimed to protect women from sexual assault. An 74 years old American grandma protected herself form an intruder. And robbers at a gun shop learned their deadly lesson: […]Read more "Protect Yourself "
The Citadel of Global Hypocrisy is what Ayn Rand called United Nations in her essay “Lessons of South Vietnam” in which she discussed the implication of Hegelian metaphysics that allows contradictions to exist, the result is the hypocrisy of the American troops in Vietnam fighting a mythical war, or more precisely, the neo-isolationist. The neo-isolationist according […]Read more "The Citadel of Global Hypocrisy"
Let’s say you can live for 100 years, that is 3,155,760,000 seconds for you to spend. We spend about a third of it resting so that leads to 2,103,840,000 seconds left for us to spend. Let’s say we work 40 hours a week for 50 years of our lives, that leaves us with 1,728,154,261 seconds. Let’s imagine we […]Read more "How to Spend Your Time Wisely"
Hedonism is a concept that has always fascinated me, in simple terms, hedonism means pleasure seeking. To the hedonists, pleasure or happiness has the highest value which shall be maximised against pain. Essentially, hedonists are individualist utilitarians who focuses on the self rather than a collective. So is there limit of pleasure seeking? In Objectivist terms […]Read more "The Limit of Freedom"