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Crazy for Young A What I am coming to realize is that hers was a philosophy of pure business, i. Given that over half a century has passed since mananial initial publication, and that Ayn Rand herself only spent a few months working in an architecture firm, I’m pretty sure this isn’t the most reliable account of the profession.
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View all 16 comments. But it’s because we’ve had the courage to act eo our judgment, and the fortitude to trust our decisions. John H Sneed Brett, reading is entertainment. But then, why the good rating? Who could not sympathize with the lonely hero amidst the unappreciated mass?
As a young woman and recent immigrant to the United States, Rand was very poor while toying with a life in Hollywood — she worked as an extra in Cecil B. The nature of the profession requires some amount of humanitarianism.
It is just about one man against the system, individualism versus collectivism, not in politics but inside a man’s any. She mentions in a foreword that she is not writing for them.
Ever read a book that changed your life as a kid, I mean totally reconfigured your perceptions of life and how it should be lived? Yes, my men will win today. The point is, who will stop me?
Dec 28, Stephanie A. Rqnd the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do. Wyn that case, I’d encourage you to read those authors instead, but ultimately come to the correct conclusion that the three aforementioned assumptions are a load of bullshit.
In any case, this book was an interesting, thought-provoking read, even if one perusal of it was adequate for me to become all-round mocker of Objectivism.
‘El manantial’, de Ayn Rand, o el eslogan de la novela liberal
John H Sneed Brett, reading is entertainment. What kind of architect says, “I don’t plan to build in order to have clients. Well radn course, she simplified things for the sake of a novel. It blew me away as a kid.
What an obnoxious world she is revering in this story. May 2nd, 38 37 Jul 19, There were many sections of the text which I highlighted because Mananfial liked them so much and yet long-winded soliloquies used as conversational speeches, I could have done without. Men who were logical thinkers; cold and objective.
Somewhere during those two middle parts, I realized the chief flaws of this book: From the inevitable critical thinking it induces and from being surprised at your own reactions to the radical ideals put forth. I managed never to read any Ayn Rand novels in high school or college and several people I’ve talked to say that Ayn Rand is better read around age However, what I hated most about the book was that it was very black and white.
It’s all bullshit, and his arguments defending, say, his low-key but all-consuming misogyny aren’t that good and don’t even really make sense, but just manantia a second you find yourself thinking, “Huh, the man might have a point Beside this, “The fountainhead” is a page turner.
On the other hand, she despises socialistic views and the thought of society acting as a group or collective. A classic work—certainly flawed and a bit campy for my tastes, but hugely entertaining. Who is more valuable to humanity? View all 7 comments. Obviously, adult life somehow has turned them into a lesser breed of humanity, with all the vitality sucked out. So there was this girl I loved, deeply loved, and our love was key to the end of my first marriage.
I understand that Rand suffered in Russia as her father’s business was nationalized for the socialist collective agenda, leaving her family destitute.
We deserve to be helped! I was always going crazy thinking, “why this book? I still have absolutely no clue. Hell, she even makes rape seem acceptable ish. At that point, Rand will have lost her magic and her books should be freely available. It is radn the life of Howard Roark, an individualistic architect who refuses to betray his ideals and chooses instead the most difficult way to survive.
Rand’s ability to cut down altruism and promote individuality above all else in a way that doesn’t seem cruel and petty is striking.
And while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius. Architects must cooperate with other people.
You ache to me more like her characters that embody her philosophy, even though they’re miserable pricks in a lot of ways.