Ayn Rand Contra Human Natureby Greg S. Nyquist
No American philosopher has sold more books to the general public than Rand-over thirty million at last count, with over a half million sold on a yearly basis. Rand's legacy is
Ayn Rand Contra Human Nature is a trenchant guide to the errors and inadequacies of Ayn Rand's Objectivist philosophy, with special emphasis on Rand's shoddy scholarship and dubious logic.
No American philosopher has sold more books to the general public than Rand-over thirty million at last count, with over a half million sold on a yearly basis. Rand's legacy is widespread and enduring. But despite the extent of her influence, her ideas have not received much attention from scholars and critics. Her philosophical views, many of which are extremely controversial, literally cry out for interpretation and criticism. But little along these lines has appeared.
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Awful reasoning, this author runs himself in circles just TRYING to defeat Ayn Rand. Outcome: entirely unsuccessful.