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Ayn Rand’s Anthropological Insights

In the introduction to her seminal work The Fountainhead, Rand comments that in her opinion the greatest failing of man is the loss of the spirit of youth, of giving up. She writes: “Then all of these [men] vanish into … Continue reading

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Inspirational Words from Ayn Rand

Ayn Rand’s introduction to The Fountainhead, written 25 years after it was first published, is both a reflection on her trials in the publishing process and a call to the youth. As recent graduates from architecture school the novel, and … Continue reading

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