Ayn Rand

Ayn Rand

The Thought of One
Ayn Rand, the author of many inspirational novels is one of the most
controversial authors of the twentieth century. She defines her self as, ?I am not
primaraly an advovate of capitalism, but of egoism; I am not primarily an
advocate of egoism, but of reason. If one recognizes the supremacy of reason and
applies it consistently, all the rest follows. This–the supremacy of reason–was, is and will be the primary concern of my work, and the essence of Objectivism.
(Brief Summary p. 1 )?
Ayn Rand was born in Russia in 1905 and moved to America when
she was 21. Defying the death warrant of the Soviet Union, she came to America
as a temporary visitor in 1926 but remained for the rest of her life. Later, she
would also defy the cultural and political views of contemporary America in such
best-selling novels as Atlas Shrugged. Her unique philosophy, Objectivism,
challenged the cultural tradition of 2,500 years. She attained a worldwide fame
and a readership numbering in the millions. Yet, Ayn Rand achieved these results
as a literary outsider. Her reputation spread through relentless word of mouth
among readers who found, and continue to find, a uniquely inspiring philosophy of
life presented in her entertaining and

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