Norman Stephen Kinsella is an Austro-anarchist legal theorist (from his own website). His primary focus is on patent law and intellectual property rights. This is a review of his most recent work titled Against Intellectual Property and I aim to refute some of his assertions against protecting intellectual property rights. There is no problem addressing […]Read more "Supporting Intellectual Property?- Review of Against Intellectual Property"
Big Little Lies is one of the best books I’ve read so far this year, the reason it deserves a proper review is not only because how good the book was, but because the story contains messages about virtually all of the virtues of Objectivism. Warning: Contains Spoilers The story itself is a satirical black […]Read more "Oh Calamity! Review of Big Little Lies"
A Town Called Alice wasn’t the most amazing sounding title ever, it has been on my list of books to read from 1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die, however I did not know this was gonna become one of my favourite books. Warning: Contains spoilers The story can be divided into 2 parts […]Read more "A Happier Life-Reivew of: A Town Called Alice"
Voltairine was born on November 17th, 1866 to a French father and a puritan mother. She graduated from grammar school at the age of 12. Her father recanted his libertarian ideal and become religious, by sending Voltairine to a convent in Canada, which she lamented. The repressive atmosphere was not good for health, her fragile […]Read more "A Beautiful Mind-Voltairine de Cleyre"
Introducing the dichotomies of mind and body + Collectivism and Individualism.
Bonus: Stuff that didn’t happenRead more "I, the Individual"
Anarchy, State and Utopia was American philosopher Robert Nozick’s magnus opus and as a response to John Rawls’ Kantian magnus opus, A Theory of Justice (which we will get into more details of). The book is divided into 3 parts, Anarchy, State and Utopia. In Anarchy, Nozick discussed the Lockean state of nature that individual rights […]Read more "Review: Anarchy, State and Utopia- An Anarchist Defence of Minarchism"
Objectivism manifests itself everywhere whenever there is an objectivist around, comic book industry is not an exception either. The Question was created Steve Ditko, a devoted objectivist who co-created Spiderman with Stan Lee which later grew to become one of the most celebrated icons of Marvel comics. Other than his creation of Marvel comic book […]Read more "Who is the Question: An Objectivist Superhero"