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The 20th and 21st century have seen a great many theories put forward with regards to the way in which humans should interact and the means through which biology and psychological understanding have advanced. However, regardless of this increase in knowledge and the proliferation of theories and explanations that had come to exist during this time, arguably one of the most absurd approaches that has been taken is with regards to Ayn Rand and the “objectivist” approach.
Philosopher Report: Ayn Rand
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Name: Institution: Course: Tutor: Date: Philosopher Report: Ayn Rand Introduction The body of knowledge is very complex encompassing of views and perceptions from individuals drawn from diverse backgrounds. They contribute objectively to a wide range of disciplines, providing useful insights that enable current and succeeding generations to understand the respective disciplines.
Ayn Rand The Foutainhead
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The 'Fountainhead', Ayn Rand's first best seller, spread into four sections and named after four of the major characters of the novel narrates the life struggle of Howard Roark, an architect, and many people directly or indirectly connected with him. The accidental encounter of Dominique Francon, a news reporter, with Howard Roark, the red headed quarry worker, is intrinsically woven into the web of The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand with the thread of love and hatred.
The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand
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The Fountainhead: Literary Analysis The personal motifs and individualistic approach is more important in arts and architecture. ‘The fountainhead’ by Ayn Rand is the story of a young architect, Howard Roark, who struggles a lot for variety and novelty than the conventional pattern, in his constructions.… The Author Ayn Rand proved herself to be a great…
Ayn Rand We the Living
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Authors or any creators will come up with works based on their own life events and issues. The authors will see, hear and even feel many events, issues, individuals, etc, etc., and those things will get ‘seeded’ in the author’s mind, and will ‘sprout’ out in the form of creative works including autobiographies or semi-autobiographies. … Rand throughout the…
Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand
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Spontaneity and creative endeavor are two essential human virtues that help a human being to enjoy a spiritually prosperous and emotionally fulfilled life. A comparison of the early and contemporary time would reveal that gradual progress of the human civilization has always not… Humankind’s escape from the state of spiritual and eternal bliss to the mad quest…
The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand
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‘The fountainhead’ by Ayn Rand is the story of a young architect, Howard Roark, who struggles a lot for variety and novelty than the conventional pattern, in his constructions. The… The Author Ayn Rand proved herself to be a great novelist by demonstrating numerous prototypes of complex characters that assist her protagonist to achieve fame directly or…
Anthem: a Novel by Ayn Rand
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Anthem: A Novel by Ayn Rand Name: Class: Date: Ayn Rand's philosophy expressed in the novella “Anthem” (1937) was a reaction against the Soviet system and world socialist movement, which she experienced personally and rejected critically for a more conservative return to natural law and Enlightenment values.… Rand embraced the values of the West and America in…
Objectivist Philosophies in the Text The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand
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Institution: Instructor: Objectivist Philosophies in the text The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand In her text The Fountainhead, Ayn Rand tries to bring across the idea of who an ideal man is. To achieve this, she writes this novel based on the idea of objectivism, which she describes as ‘a philosophy for living on earth’.… In this text, Howard Roark discusses the…
Symbolism In the book Anthem by Ayn Rand
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The essay "Symbolism in the Book Anthem by Ayn Rand" analyzes a lot of symbols as such the uncharted Forest, light, The Tunnel, the baby boy, images and objects of self-reliance. For example, the baby symbolizes a new generation that will have a different mentality from the society.  … While pursuing his dreams in the forest, Equality 7-2521 finds a tunnel…
You are to write a short essay(between 2 and 4 pgs double spaced) comparing and contrasting objectivism and collectivism, and describe their role, if any, in the book Anthem, by Ayn Rand
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It is within man’s nature to think and reason and thus one of the main topics that have been discussed in philosophy consists of the question which is the best way to live the life that an individual has. This has brought about the two philosophies of collectivism and… One platform that exhibits both these philosophies clearly is in the book (Mayhew 26) Anthem…
You are to write a short essay(between 2 and 4 pgs double spaced) comparing and contrasting objectivism and collectivism, and describe their role, if any, in the book Anthem, by Ayn Rand
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It is within man’s nature to think and reason and thus one of the main topics that have been discussed in philosophy consists of the question which is the best way to live the life that an individual has. This has brought about the two philosophies of collectivism and… One platform that exhibits both these philosophies clearly is in the book (Mayhew 26) Anthem…
I would like you to watch the movie Capitalism:A Love Story directed by Michael Moore. I want a 1 to 2 page essay comparing and contrasting the themes in Capitalism and theories discussed by Rand in the video clips
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“Capitalism: A Love Story” is an appreciated documentary film which is based on understanding the influence of corporate dominance in the United States. The movie is directed by Michael Moore who wanted to explore the impact of capitalism on the day-to-day lives of American… Capitalism has been demarcated as a system of open business. The movie describes the…
Ayn Rands Approach
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Ayn Rands Approach The purpose of this paper is to provide an explanation as to Ayn Rands approach to ethics. The format that this paper will utilize is to first provide a critical discussion on what the strengths and weaknesses to Ayn Rands approach to ethics followed by a discussion on whether or not there is a danger if Atlas were to shrug and will provide an explanation as to whether or not this would be a bad thing.…
Relativism and Subjectivism
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Relativism is a perspective that discusses the aspect that moral principles are valid. Each theory has a different perspective on the principles of morality. In essence, relativism is pretty tolerant of other… It is derived from the philosophy of Ayn Rand. Objectivism is unique in its way that it’s the antidote of the society we live in. In essence, existence…
Ayn Rand's Philosophy
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Sex should involve a very serious relationship since it involves a very important part of human life. Sex should be practiced with caution whether the relationship leads to marriage or not as that is a matter to be decided by the involved parties in the relationship.… Sex is a physical capacity and its exercise is determined by a man’s mind by his choice of…
This is John Galt Speaking
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Name Subject Date The analysis of “This is John Galt Speaking” by Ayn Rand Introduction Discussing the novel “Atlas Shrugged” by Ayn Rand, many readers would say that all the author’s main thoughts and beliefs are gathered in the Chapter 7 “This is John Galt Speaking”.… It is not right to consider the novel as contrasting the “good” socialism and “bad”…
Book Report About Capitalism/Entrepreneurship
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Atlas Shrugged, a novel written by Ayn Rand and published in 1957 in the US, is a criticism of the power exercised by the state as against the free will of the people. As the title of the novel indicates, the story of Atlas has been used as a metaphor in this novel.… The story of the novel happens in the US in a time in future when the nation has turned…
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To discussion the question, ‘Capitalism: the Unknown Ideal’ by Ayn Rand and ‘Capitalism and Freedom’ by Milton Friedman are essential references. Today the most powerful ways… number of body parts pierced either as a declaration of their personal individualism, a recuperation of their bodies from emotional or physical trauma, as a way of sexual fulfilment or…
Objectivism and Collectivism
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It is within man’s nature to think and reason and thus one of the main topics that have been discussed in philosophy consists of the question which is the best way to live the life that an individual has. … This has brought about the two philosophies of collectivism and objectivism which can be said to be direct opposites of one another when it comes to the…
Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Philosopher Biography Project Paper and Persuasive Presentation
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Ayn Rand – Philosopher of the Twentieth Century Course Instructor Ayn Rand was a controversial philosopher born in Russia on 2 February 1905. At the tender age of six, she already became literate, with the capability of reading and writing, something she learnt on her own.… Rand supported the Kerensky revolution but denounced the Bolshevik revolution. Because…
Book Review of We the Living
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Read Ayn Rand's book, We the Living. What does this novel reveal about life in the early years of the Soviet Union (1920s)? Who were "we the living," and what did Communism ultimately mean to these people? What three groups do Kira, Leo, and Andrei represent?… In this sense, the novel can be considered part autobiographical and part philosophical. Finding a…
Individualism and collectivism paper
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Individualism is a doctrine according to which society is an artificial device, whose existence is only for the sake of its members as individuals, and properly judged only according to criteria established by them as individuals. The English Philosopher Thomas Hobbs and the British Economist Adam Smith proclaimed this tenet.… Individualism represents a…
Any Rand`s Anthem: Utopia and Dystopia
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After having explored the plot, the analysis of the context also becomes important to identify where the inspiration had come from. Any Rand was born in 1905, the period when Duma was formed for the first time and the Bolshevik revolution had begun. … Any Rand`s Anthem: Utopia and Dystopia It is a sin to write this. It is a sin to think words no others…
Ubermensch, the Superman, and who he really is
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When someone in this country talks about Superman, they think of the guy in the blue tights and red cape. There are also many other heroic figures in our mythology that embody what we think of when we consider the… he demonstrates in his work Thus Spake Zarathustra, Nietzsche’s idea of superman held that he was a man of ordinary means and stature with an…
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