Although benevolence and generosity are not universally life-serving and thus are not moral virtues per se, they can be, and often are, profoundly selfish.
Articles on philosophy from The Objective Standard.
Focuses on ways in which America’s founders learned from the Greeks’ mistakes and sought to avoid them in constructing the land of liberty.
Part one of a three-part series examining ways in which ancient Greek philosophers and statesmen influenced the American founders.
Surveys the history of political freedom and force, from the dawn of reason in ancient Greece to the Dark Ages, the Renaissance, and so on,… More »
On the nature and importance of liberal education, the extent to which it has been jettisoned from American universities, and the values being lost.
On socialist theory and practice, the mass murders committed under various forms of the ideology, and the American professors who nevertheless advocate it.
The Cave and the Light: Plato Versus Aristotle, and the Struggle for the Soul of Western Civilization, by Arthur Herman; reviewed by Jon Hersey.
Comprises chapters 3, 4, and 5 of The WHYS Way to Success and Happiness, a book about how the question “why?” is the key to… More »
Shows why teens should be selfish, what this means in the various areas of their lives, and why both self-sacrifice and sacrifice of others are… More »
Objectivism is a compilation of essays about Ayn Rand’s philosophy for living and loving life. The ebook provides a unique survey of Ayn Rand’s ideas,… More »