Objectivism: The Philosophy of Ayn Rand covers all areas
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physics, psychology, religion, history, politics, law, economics, business, sex, rights, government, art, literature, sculpture, metaphysics,
epistemology, mind and body, measurement, free-will,
truth, and many more.
Over the next few months, we will be adding articles, written by experts in
their fields, on the benefits of applying the ideas in Objectivism: The
Philosophy of Ayn Rand to various intellectual fields.
Philosophy is, and How to Study It
A Rational Foundation for Economics
Philosophy is not a bauble of
the intellect, but a power from which no man can abstain. Anyone can say that he
dispenses with a view of reality, knowledge, the good, but no one can implement
this credo. The reason is that man, by his nature as a conceptual being, cannot
function at all without some form of philosophy to serve as his guide...[click
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By Richard Salsman
Dr. Peikoff's monumental work lays the
necessary groundwork for a complete rehabilitation of the science of economics.
Of course, every science needs a rational philosophy at its base, specifically
an objective theory of concepts... [more]