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I’m surprised my New England public school education never included any of her books. If you believe this tripe, then you’ve probably already found a more intelligent and articulate champion for these values.
Rand’s abili Intense may be the best word for this book. Contrary to what I’d heard, this book is well-written. Her objectivism and philosophical diatribes about the heroic American individualist brought me back to college days and the philosophy of Nietzsche, so adored by Hitler, on the “exceptional Of this epic paean of meta-fiction on the fount of American genius so many captains of industry, former chairmen of the Fed GreenspanManantixl Court judges, past Presidents, bankers and narcissistic members of Congress perpetually and ardently sing unbounded praise of Ayn Rand, which leads me only to shrug.
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But it’s an important work of fiction because it has influenced so many people around the world and still mananntial to do so. See all 14 questions about El Manantial…. Compassion is the greatest virtue. But here it is: I hated them so much that I could strangle them to death if they popped up in front of me all of a sudden.
There is no intelligent character manaantial thinks Roark’s work is bad, only some that want to hide its greatness for their own ends. However, the real question of The Fountainhead is, are man and society as Rand portrays them?
Not only was I reluctant albeit simultaneously intrigued to read it based on my discomfort with Rand’s philosophical stance on ethics, but I was also shoving it into my crowded booklist in the middle of another book, even! Most folks that would enthusiastically agree with Rand are either too dumb to put pen to paper, or too smart to let the world see what sociopaths they really are.
I first read it 6 years ago when I was 16, and I thought to myself, this book is an enormous pile of compressed dog feces.
I read this in high school and don’t remember any of the book anymore, but it’s like food poisoning, where it only takes one time, and you never want to try that restaurant ever again.
Rand sold her first screenplay inbut nobody would buy her first novel We the Living a melodrama set in Russia. A raand and something page book for one student, whom I could only assume, based on past experiences with students, wasn’t really going to read anyway.
True, by the rules of Objectivism, Howard must be self-made and self-contained, which Rand definitely gets across. The Fountainhead had a gradual buildup to a very climactic courtroom scene. Even though it’s been on my to-read list forever, I found an excuse not to read it whenever I picked it up. The next day I began racking up the largest cell phone bill I’ve ever produced, talking to C at all hours of the day and wherever I happened to be: They all act ramd they’ve created the world, and they’re all trying to take one another down.
Rand is an extremist and a society based around the morals and ethics of The Dee would collapse under the weight of it’s own ego, though the collapse would be glorious and we’d all go out with our heads held high. And its philosophy, like all great lies, is more than three-quarters true.
This question contains spoilers… view spoiler [Was anyone else surprised that after the trial the book is only half-way through? She’s like one of those artists that draws a dot on the canvas and rambles for hours about how it represents the embryo of mankind when it’s a fly poop. The titles of both are just ambiguous enough to make you assume Unlike Brave New World, reading this book is in itself an act manantail bravery.
What I am coming to realize is that hers was a philosophy of pure business, i. I admire Roark’s integrity and the way he is driven to practice his art, stay true to his own aynn, and ignore the ignorant and conniving people who oppose him.
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Both men are in love with Dominique Falcon, a brilliant, passionate woman, who falls in love with Roark, admires his genius, but who is convinced his genius has no chance in a corrupt world. He does not care what other people think of him– and when I say that, I mean he really doesn’t care. How can so many wealthy Christians and Jews abandon the frequent calls of Scripture to help their fellow humanity so often downcast at the hands of exceptionalists?
Objectivism has been an influence on various other movements such as Libertarianism, and Rand’s vocal support for Laissez-faire Capitalism and the free market has earned her a distinct spot among American philosophers, and philosophers in general.
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This question contains spoilers… view spoiler [Was anyone else surprised that after the trial the book is only half-way through? The Fountainhead is a tale of both defeat and triumph. But he didn’t fail me.
To ask other readers questions about El Manantialplease sign up. The questions in this book are so intriguing, but I won’t say that I know what the answers are, or why people hate it. At that point, Rand will have lost her magic and her books should be freely available.