CNA Posted March 13, 2007 Share Posted March 13, 2007 Let me try to persuade you - just for a short while - to imagine the unimaginable - that what Rand said about important philosophic issues, and what you may passionately and sincerely believe, may in fact be completely incorrect.Wow. With all due respect, I'm a bit floored by this statement that I have to chuckle a bit. Such a sweeping generalization. Considering what I personally went through as a child and throughout my teenage years and the brutality of it, that the convictions I came to due to what I went through in fact may be incorrect. Hmmm....very interesting. Before making such a sweeping generalization, you should talk with individuals that have had upclose and personal experiences with the types of individuals that Rand wrote about and how detrimental they can be to those individuals that are trying to survive by their own hardwork. If anyone applies the philosophy to their life, they'll find that it works extremely well in the real world.Although I do not have a lot of time, I've been watching this thread. But this is one statement that I had to address and make a comment on.Angie Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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