Craig Biddle



Why Use the Word “Selfishness”?

August 26, 2014

In this episode of Reason at Large, Craig Biddle answers a question from Robert: “Why do you and other Objectivists advocate selfishness when that word disturbs so many people? Why not just use the word self-interest or, better yet, rational self-interest?”


Fall Issue of The Objective Standard

August 22, 2014

The print edition of the Fall issue of The Objective Standard is at press and will be mailed shortly; and the online (html), ebook, and Kindle editions have been published. The issue features a debate between Craig Biddle and Max Borders on “Moral Diversity: Asset or Liability for Liberty?,” and. . . Continue »




Morality Without God

October 19, 2013

In this episode of Reason at Large, Craig Biddle answers a question from Nick: “Can there be objective morality without God? In other words, can morality be both secular and absolute?” In answering, Biddle zeros in on the basic reason people need morality, which is in order to live and. . . Continue »


“Social Justice” is an Assault on Justice

September 21, 2013

In this episode of Reason at Large, Craig Biddle answers a question from Jeff: “What is ‘social justice’? Is it a legitimate term? If so, what does it mean? If not, why not?” In answering, Biddle discusses the purpose behind “social justice,” defines and concretizes justice, compares and contrasts instances. . . Continue »


What the Poor Owe the Rich

July 20, 2013

In this episode of Reason at Large, Craig Biddle discusses what the so-called poor owe the rich, focusing on several of the many things for which the poor should thank the rich, including the goods and services they produce, the jobs they make possible, the legitimate aspects of government they. . . Continue »