A completely new approach to the ethics of Ayn Rand! "Ayn Rand deserves to be taken seriously, and she deserves to be seriously refuted", argues author Levi Asher, who offers to take on any Objectivist believers on purely logical grounds and prove that Ayn Rand was a flawed, if fascinating, philosopher. An essential study of one of the most influential and relevant thinkers of our time.
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Not worth the 3$
If the statement " groups exist and people can empathise, therefore individual thought processes dont exist" makes sense to you then go ahead and buy the book, if you realise that people form groups based on shared intrests and that empathy is just a way of understanding other people and does not invalidate the existence of induvidual thought processes, then you should spend your money on something more intellectually stimulating and rewarding, like a lottery ticket
Waste of money
I had high hopes expecting a rational discussion. It is simply misdirection and leftist babble. Really...babble.
It should have been presented as "Why My Sister Was Wrong" by James Tagert; then it could be humorous entertainment.
I frequently would stop and re-read portions in an effort to determine just what this fellow was trying to say. No luck. Avoid.