Ayn Rand’s Objections to Anarchism DEBUNKED Ep. 122

by | Jun 30, 2019

Ayn Rand’s Objections to Anarchism DEBUNKED Ep. 122

by | Jun 30, 2019

Keith returns to the show with a vengeance! In today’s episode, we do a quick refresher on Ayn Rand’s background and her connection to the libertarian movement, then dive right in to her quoted opinions of anarchy. Could the legitimacy of the State’s monopoly on violence be a major blind spot in her thinking?

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Referenced Material (Amazon Affiliate Link):
The Ayn Rand Lexicon
The Virtue of Selfishness
Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal
Rand’s Appearances on Donahue: Early 70s ; 1979
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