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Sat 14 Jun, 2008 03:13 am - ----------------------------- (view)
Wed 11 Jun, 2008 02:10 am - Crazeddemon, Her ethics have certainly drawn me to the right but I cannot help but have some reservations: 1) The first pertains to monopolization. During the entirety of the book the... (view)
Sun 8 Jun, 2008 06:12 pm - I am really enjoying Rand's views on love. What is it about the human condition that causes us to make a claim on it, and unconditionally? None of us would make the same claim on something... (view)
Thu 5 Jun, 2008 03:23 pm - I am no English major but I do find literary value in the book. I find that she is particularly talented in her description of the human countenance. She somehow manages to blend two, three, or... (view)
Wed 28 May, 2008 07:12 pm - I'm only half way through so no spoilers please ;) But I can definitely relate with your statement, but I can also see it differently. (view)
Wed 28 May, 2008 06:26 pm - I am beginning to understand that Atlas Shrugged is not merely a deceptive mask for the right, an act of cunning intent on treading shallow water rather than taking the big plunge. After reading... (view)
Wed 28 May, 2008 05:33 pm - I agree with de, we North Americans are already too anti-intellectual, it has had the consequences of rendering us too vague in our language. To repudiate ostentatious pomposity is one thing, but... (view)
Tue 27 May, 2008 10:24 pm - I just met Ragner Danneskjold for the first time, so no I'm about half way through. As somebody who has typically sympathized with the left, this book is opening some new perspectives.... (view)
Tue 27 May, 2008 07:48 pm - Arjen, Teleology is inseparable from the idea of linear time, a concept that is post-Christian. The Greek view of the universe was cyclical, that the material realm fell in and out of sync with... (view)
Tue 27 May, 2008 08:43 am - If all knowledge is to be gained through the five senses, as empiricists hold, Yet this presupposition has never been observed empirically, How can we know this is how all knowledge is gained?... (view)
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