Category: Philosophy

25
Jan

The Fountainhead

Philosophical novels are a quest upstream; leave aside the task of pulling them off correctly. Improbable still, to do an original motif. That is why, I will be lenient on my critic of Rand’s borrowed ideas from let’s say – Dostoevsky. If you have read “Crime and Punishment,” the superimposition isn’t mistakable! That, that with […]

30
Jan

Ethics of ambiguity

At first I found the reading tasteless, for it lacked passion. I tend to enjoy passionate works; but what Simone sacrificed for passion, she fulfilled by integration of logically consistent convictions! To that, I salute! The feminine beauty of her thought processes is well develop in this treatise. I call it so, because I have […]