In Atlas Shrugged Eddie Willers says to John Galt, “You look as if you’ve never known pain or fear or guilt.” Why does Ayn Rand include lack of pain as a fundamental attribute? Hasn’t Galt felt pain more than anyone in the book?
Who is the most evil character in Atlas Shrugged and in The Fountainhead?
Since the morality of sacrifice is only attractive to those who have nothing to sacrifice, why does Galt present sacrifice as painful?
Was Dagny in love with Francisco and Rearden at the time when she was with them? Was she after she met Galt?
I admire people for their virtues, but to truly love them I believe they must show some kind of vulnerability. Why did Ayn Rand choose to write books about invulnerable heroes?
Dagny was the highest value for both Francisco and Rearden. Since she chose Galt over them, is there any possibility for them to find romantic love again?
If John Galt’s motor was a reality, and someone from the Obama administration discovered a working Galt’s motor, what do you think they would do with it?
Given the fact the Republican party, being the religious party, is the greatest political threat to America, as you have stated, what is the reason Ayn Rand chose a secular, collectivist, nihilist, political leadership as against a theocracy as the political evil establishment in her novel?