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I’m Not Part of Any Organized Movement, I’m an Objectivist

I wanted to offer a few thoughts on the latest Objectischism—you know, that thing we Objectivists do every couple of years when we decide that our movement isn’t small enough already, so we have to split it into even tinier fragments. This is the point at which I would normally invite anyone who does not […]

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The 1980s Called, and They Want Their Objectivism Back

In recent years, for reasons I have explained at length before, I have separated myself from the formal Objectivist movement and its occasional soap operas—though not, of course, from the philosophy of Objectivism itself, which happily survives independent of the various characters who associate themselves with it. So it is with some reluctance that I […]

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Originally published in TIA Daily, Although TIA Daily is written from the perspective of Ayn Rand’s philosophy of Objectivism, I don’t devote much attention to internal disputes within the Objectivist movement, because I want this publication to stay focused on the wider world. There is certainly enough going on out there to fully engage our […]

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