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Reason and Value

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Summary

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  • Full Title: Reason and Value: Aristotle versus Rand
  • Author(s): Roderick T. Long, with commentaries by Fred D. Miller, Jr., and Eyal Mozes
  • Year Published: 2000
  • Publisher: The Objectivist Center
  • Publication Type: Specialty
  • ISBN-10: 1-57724-045-6 (paperback)
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  • Description: This is the third volume in the "Objectivist Studies" monograph series, and the first to be of true book length.

Contents

  1. Rationality as Purely Procedural: David Hume
  2. Rationality as Substantive but Mystical: Plato
  3. Substantive Rationality Without Mysticism: Aristotle
  4. Objectivism on Theoretical Rationality: Rand as Platonist
  5. Objectivism on Practical Rationality: Rand as Humean
  6. Ethical Egoism in Three Varieties
  7. The Hobgoblin of Kantian Consistency
  8. Hobbes in the Head, Aristotle in the Heart
  9. The Aritotelian Alternative
  10. Flourishing Justified; or, In Praise of Whim-Worship

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