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Reconsidering Ayn Rand

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An insightful look at the fiction and philosophy of Ayn Rand, one of the twentieth century's literary icons, written by a Harvard graduate who once admired her thought but ultimately found it spiritually inadequate and unsatisfying. An outstanding work of literary criticism as well as a formidable apologetic defending Christianity against one of twentieth century's most in ...more
Paperback, 394 pages
Published February 1st 2000 by Winepress Publishing (first published 2000)
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May 18, 2013 JP rated it liked it
Yang's arguments range from weak to trivial to compelling. Overall, he did punch some holes in the solidity most people perceive about Rand's philosophy. The two most convincing arguments for me involved the flaws in any axiom-based philosophy and a sort of proof by counterexample that certain confident Christians don't hold up to the implications Rand implies.
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