Onkar Ghate in New Statesman

 Posted by on 18 September 2007 at 6:53 am  Uncategorized
Sep 182007

Yesterday, Onkar Ghate published a short article on Objectivism in New Statesman: Objectivism. A philosophy for living? It’s an intriguing summary of Ayn Rand’s ethics. From what I understand, it’s the first of of four parts. In fact, here’s part two, published today: The Selfish Life.

(The title of the regular feature — “The Faith Column” — makes my skin crawl, but at least it’s described so as to allow for non-faith-based views: “Every week a different believer gives the inside track on their religion or philosophy.”)

Update: Part 3 is The Roots of Objectivism. Part 4 is Objectivism’s Appeal and its Demands.

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