How does one best explain simple economics? Well, the best way to do it is to use something simple, practical which affects the listener’s life. I remember a Marxist friend once asked me about why can jewellery be charged at such a high price when the amount of work being put into the production is […]Read more "A Simple Analogy"
I need to write this as a follow up to my previous post on How to Spend Your Time Wisely. Now I have mastered spending my time wisely, but I felt like I could be even more efficient if I can set my goals properly and work toward it, thus reduce even more of the time […]Read more "How to Plan Your Goals Effectively"
No one became highly successful overnight. Howard Roark went through a lot of ups and downs before becoming a successful architect; Dagny Taggart had to work her way up from the company her family owned; Equality 7-2521 chose to take a risk to save mankind in turn to save himself. The heroes struggled, without the […]Read more "Believe in Your Abilities"
James “Jimmy” Dean is often regarded as one of the greatest actors, but he has only had lead roles in 3 films before his tragic accident: East of Eden (1955) Rebel Without a Cause (1955) Giant (1956) There are many biographies written as well as biopics made about James Dean, so this article is not gonna be […]Read more "Finding Integrity in Hollywood"
Howard Roark: “I don’t believe it matters to me—that they’re going to destroy it. Maybe it hurts so much that I don’t even know I’m hurt. But I don’t think so. If you want to carry it for my sake, don’t carry more than I do. I’m not capable of suffering completely. I never have. […]Read more "Against All Odds: Social Media and the Stoddard Temple"
Bioshock is a video game franchise created by Ken Levine, the basis of the first game is based on Objectivism being applied in an underwater city called rapture. Intended to be an utopia of the producers, certain (non-objectivist) conditions made it less habitable than expected. When the discovery of genetic altering material ADAM occured (with […]Read more "Review: Bioshock’s Objectivism"
Introducing the dichotomies of mind and body + Collectivism and Individualism.
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