Monthly Archives: November 2013

Albert Camus and Modernity

A temporary break from my coverage of Ayn Rand to commemorate someone much greater. Note: This is my brief over Absurdism. Although I try to stay true to Absurdism, I also add in my own terms/understanding of it. As always, … Continue reading

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Ayn Rand and the State

About 2 weeks ago I finished Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged. Given its sheer length in pages, a whopping 1701(kindle edition), to make just a single post dedicated would never work. I’ll be making a few posts in the coming days … Continue reading

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Why We Should Remember the 5th of November

Before I start, may I say thank you for reading my very first post on WordPress! I hope this is something that grows with me, and that you’ll tag along for the ride. My next posts should be coming sooner … Continue reading

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