Ayn rand dating site

v=7uk Ji BZ8_4k"Rand told CBS interviewer Mike Wallace in 1959.

"If you separate the government from economics, if you do not regulate production and trade, you will have peaceful cooperation, harmony, and justice among men."Rand's critics claim that the current financial crisis proves her theories unrealistic and selfish.

Sea Captain Date is a site for old salts to find their fishwives.

Or, you know, for people with a boat to get dates in people who want to date people with boats. Not just like Farmers Only, which could just be considered rural dating. If you’re on Sea Captain Date, you better be on a boat ready for some adventures on the high seas or you’re a phony. Bill Kay, the owner, sort of found a niche when he made a video back in 2010 and it just sort of took off from there.

Her first best seller, The Fountainhead, weaved those Objectivist beliefs into the speeches of the book’s hero, architect Howard Roark.

Roark, who faces trial for dynamiting a building that he designed after his architectural plans were changed behind his back, tells the jury that he lives on his own terms, with no obligation to men except “to respect their freedom and to take no part in a slave society.” Drafts of Atlas Shrugged were read by the young Alan Greenspan, who belonged to href="

"Her economic ideas were never really relevant or workable," says Rick Wilson, a sociology instructor at Marshall University in Huntington, W. "The time we're living through is just another example of that." And yet 51 years after Atlas Shrugged was published, Rand's writing still wields considerable influence in business.

Like any of these things, it just sounds like a joke.

I’m unfortunately landlocked, so I had to make a fake location.

And I don’t want to be chased down by captains, so I also used a fake name and suggestive stock photo. I will delete it later.) The site is totally free, so it’s already ahead in my book of strange dating sites.

Rand has inspired generations of rabid fans with her "objectivist" philosophy, which holds that pursuing your own self-interest and personal happiness throughout life is of the highest moral value. I bring all this up today not only because the movie just came out but because I stumbled across a piece in Time magazine about a dating site called The Atlasphere for so-called Randians.

Her detractors, equally passionate, find her outlook overly simplistic, at best, and, at worst, inhumane to the point of evil.

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