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Objectivism, Preferences, and Happiness

Today, 11:13 AM

What I got out of Rand's "The Objectivist Ethics", is that ultimately what is moral to man is that which "really" (that is to say actually, reasonably, and in accordance with reality) promotes his own life. From here the good and happy life is one which one is living to advance and maintain one's...

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Today, 10:58 AM

I joined these forums because I have always had a strong interest in Ayn Rand's ideas, and out of that I have developed a strong liking for philosophy in general. I consider myself a post-Objectivist, although if you like something a little less pretentious and a little more meaningful I'd s...

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16 May 2014

Part I. The Philosophy of Neo-Objectivism The problem with Objectivism is that the following two statements are considered the same:1) I live for myself.2) I do not live for others. However, 2) does not imply that you live for yourself. You may live for no one, not even yourself. So 2)...

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