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  1. So here s a bunch of questions i have for you guys. 1) Where does money come from? Currently, the government prints it, but who will make money in an objectivistic world and leisez fare economy? You cant simply keep the existing currency, because govs own more than 90 % of it. The solution would be to allow private banks to print money if they have gold to back it up. The problem would be who would control that, and who would stop someone else from printing the money without something to back it up? 2) Why do most objectivists say that altruism /socialism/communism etc is wrong? Isn't that equally intellectually dishonest as saying that my religion is right, and yours is wrong. 3)I have seen some threads about free will and they usually start like this: "I ve heard something about determinism and i dont have a counter argument." Reading between the lines that would mean that you have some facts and cannot accept them because you dont like them. Isnt that simply not reasonable? 4)Why is Ayn Rands work consideren basically a bible? Does that mean objectivism cannot improve(because, lets face it, it isn't perfect)?
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