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  • Chapter 5 of "The Contested Legacy of Ayn Rand"

    The following is Chapter 5 from the book The Contested Legacy of Ayn Rand: Truth and Toleration in Objectivism, by David Kelley. V. Objectivism We have now examined all the major substantive issues I raised in "A Question of Sanction": the standards of...

  • Choosing Life

    Abstract The Objectivist morality, Ayn Rand said, is based on the choice to live. A perennial question in Objectivism is whether (1) life is a value because one chooses to live, or (2) one should choose to live because life is a value.. When the...

  • Human Dignity and the Principle Of Trade

    Every July, I draw inspiration from some of the best and brightest high school students. They come with big dreams to the two-week residential Snider Enterprise & Leadership Fellows (SELF) program at the University of Maryland. At the cusp of...

  • Hong Kong’s Fight for Freedom

    Last month, I was called to jury duty. Here in the US, many people, instead of seeing jury service as a quintessential civic duty , regard the obligation with impatience, exasperation and contempt. This is regrettable. Jury duty is an extension of the...

  • What Irony Replaced: Henry James, Ayn Rand, and American Romanticism Part 3

    Part Three – Divergent Universes Henry James did not consider the subject matter of his novels to be inherently the proper one for all novelists. It was the proper one for him. An artist’s subject matter, James reasoned, sprang from his or her own...


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