Defending Selfishness and Questioning Altruism (on Ayn Rand’s philosophy)

Let us put aside “conventional wisdom” and look at an “unpopular opinion”: why selfishness has its virtues, and altruism has its flaws. On Ayn Rand’s philosophy.

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“All models are wrong, but some are useful”: Man’s Journey to Make Sense of the World

The world always makes sense. If you say something “does not make sense”, what really doesn’t make sense is your model of the world.

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What Doesn’t Kill You Kills Again: A Game of Thrones in the War of the Roses

Churchill said: “In a war, you can only be killed once. But in politics, many times.” War is both a force that divides and a propaganda that unites. The War of Roses is a vivid example of how politics is a never-ending war with no triumph that is constant and with no threat that is fleeting.

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