1 pointObjectivism doesn't name anything so concrete. If you want a broad list of Objectivist principles, there are four points listed on this page (scroll down a bit): https://campus.aynrand.org/works/1962/01/01/introducing-objectivism If you limit the question just to "what we should value", then here's a quote from Rand: See a little more here: http://wiki.objectivismonline.net/Virtues
1 pointCan you point to where, exactly? Because I think that you have solved the wrong problem. To me at least, it seems extremely obvious that if universals are not real, then there can be no facts about them. So when you claim that there are no real universals and also that there are facts about them, etc. to me it sounds like you're claiming that you've done something that is impossible.