Can someone be the kind of man that Howard Roark or John Galt was and still believe in God?
Is part of Ayn Rand’s validation of Objectivist ethics in conflict with modern biology?
Should we, who are alive as a consequence of evil, wish not to have been born because of the evil that made our birth possible?
Can someone who is inherently non-conceptual correct this as an adult?
To understand something you need to rely on your own experience and culture. Does this mean that it is impossible to have objective knowledge?
If the modern scientific consensus says there is a beginning point to the universe, doesn’t this put our understanding of the axiom of existence into a contradiction with the widely accepted big bang theory?
How can existence have primacy over consciousness if existence is everything that exists and therefore includes consciousness?