Objectivism A to Z and Beyond

My name is RA Meyer. For years I have devoted my life to studying and attempting to practice the principles of Objectivism. I could tell you about my sacrifices during this period…how I selflessly gave and gave. Hopefully you know this isn’t true. I would never purposely sacrifice a higher value for a lower value. All of my efforts corresponded to my value system. I always live what I believe to be my highest values. And living the life of an Objectivist Warrior is my highest value.

What really fired me up and caused me to change the format of this blog was the marvelous discovery of three works of Ayn Rand at a local Half Price bookstore.

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Capitalism, Objectivism and Your Teenager

In the last article “Should Teenagers Be Exposed to Objectivism, I pointed out that Timothy Sexton’s article “Warning: Your Teenager May Be Reading Ayn Rand” completely misrepresents Ayn Rand and Objectivism. Let’s see if he does better with his analysis of capitalism.

You may be wondering how he could possibly have a decent grasp of the marvelous social system of capitalism…since he doesn’t seem to recognize the benefits of Objectivism. Well, as we will soon see…like most social altruists and progressives he just doesn’t get it.

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Should Teenagers Be Exposed to Objectivism?

Originally, I created Master the Social Maze blog for the Everyday Warrior. After posting 47 articles, I noticed the ones on Objectivism were the most popular. So, I took 7 week vacation. My conclusion: Write the blog for individuals interested in Objectivism and its applications. I will supply more information on the development in a future article. I’ve already changed the name of the blog to The Objectivist Warrior Masters the Social Maze.

Now…on to the latest article.

I came across an article by Timothy Sexton titled “Warning: Your Teenager May Be Reading Ayn Rand.” Reading his analysis might make someone believe she represents the evil mechanisms of the devil. Let’s find out if he’s on to something quite sinister….or if he completely misrepresents Ayn Rand and Objectivism.

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