Religion and other false philosophies have corrupted people’s conceptions of spirituality; it is time to reclaim the field and its key terms.
Richard Salsman examines, one by one, the most common misconceptions about self-interest, exposing the major errors involved in each.
A review of Chris Bailey’s The Productivity Project: Accomplishing More by Managing Your Time, Attention and Energy
A review of Heather McManamy’s Cards for Brianna: A Mom’s Messages of Living, Laughing, and Loving as Time is Running Out
Christmas is a celebration of the good: rationality, creativity, commerce, benevolence, family, friendship, happiness, love.
If you need great Christmas gifts for young kids, this is a gold mine.
Shows how parenting with the Master Question is an application of certain aspects of Objectivism to the process of raising a child.
Success is possible, but not guaranteed. We can achieve our dreams, but only if we direct our thought and effort toward them. Difficulties, roadblocks, obstacles… More »
Sex among responsible individuals—including among responsible older teens (the precise appropriate age depends on individual maturity)—is a healthy and moral part of life and one… More »
For twenty-seven years Joseph “Gabe” Sonnier of Louisiana worked as a janitor for Port Barre Elementary. Although Sonnier never treated the position as beneath him,… More »