bmacwilliam Posted June 20, 2007 Share Posted June 20, 2007 There comes a point in most of these arguments where one has to defend Rand, or defend (or accept) the truth.Bob,That's too broad to be anything but a personal opinion of Rand as a whole. The implication is that Rand's ideas are false about everything.I know my reaction is not one of intellectual engagement with something like that. I think, "Well, the guy doesn't like Rand." And I stop there. MichaelI understand, but that's not what I'm trying to say.I was reacting to what I perceived as an attitude where 'capitulation' was out of the question regardless of the merits of the argument at hand. If this is indeed the case, then truth is not the priority and therefore an honest discussion is not even possible.Bob Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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