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An Objectivist View of the Goverment Shutdown

30 September 2013 What is Bad About a So-Called Government Shut-Down? A so-called government shut-down is not really a shut-down of all government activities.  The defense of the country will continue to be provided.  Even Social Security checks and payments

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  Think! Posted on May 4, 2013by theobjectivistobserver “Thinking is man’s only basic virtue, from which all the others proceed. And his basic vice, the source of all his evils, is that nameless act which all of you practice, but struggle never

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Objectivism Walks Alone

  By: Ryan Pettigrew                 Way too often I see so-called “Objectivists” attempting to prove how Objectivism is in harmony with other belief systems and I feel the need to clear up this misconception even though it’s like kicking a

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Meditation and Objectivism

  By: Ryan Pettigrew                 Objectivism is the philosophy of reason, worshipping the rational mind at its finest. So anything that increases cognitive efficiency should be encouraged amongst Objectivist circles and it’s important to know what affects it for better

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Objectivism Simplified

By: Ryan Pettigrew                 Objectivism is the philosophy of Ayn Rand and the only belief system in full compliance with nature. Most philosophies run contrary to reality, getting too theoretical for their own good and set up an ideal being

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The second video of my success series: Individualism or love and loyalty to your true self.

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How Objectivism Saved Me

I was raised in a Christian family being taught that the more we loathed ourselves and life, the greater our chances were of going to heaven. In that environment, self-esteem is discouraged and hypocritical doctrine creates chaos within the subconscious.

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