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"barbara nathaniel" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"barbara nathaniel" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I hear myself. I just can't believe it. Commerces real. That's what you're a bad here. It's real aid is just a stopgap commerce entrepreneurial capitalism. Takes more people out of poverty than eight. Of course, we know that. The cost you a KFC in. I wanna talk about the clinic tinge because like there's no doubt cow on making the climate teams like into line ninety six degrees. And in February climates thirty six agreements. Oh, Andy like that a huge change in the climbing in only four months. Lake purpose rate. The world is gonna end an exactly flow years in like, I'm only twenty nine years old now the so the world will be over when only. Thirty seven years old. Like, I often talk about socialism because socialism is so amazing like socialism and actually short. I still show media. Did you know that like I so she'll be Bs on the socialist APEC three of the most successful countries in the world are socialist Venezuela. Facebook and Twitter are all very successful socialist countries. I am a lot offensive to America from Facebook. When we come back when I talked to the annual from Philadelphia also Janine from Santa Barbara Nathaniel wants to talk about Trump, and the elder show engineering wants to talk about illegals. How do we track them once for here? But Janine do not leave town also. President did not abide by the demand the deadline to turn over his taxes. Poor.

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"barbara nathaniel" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

10:13 min | 2 years ago

"barbara nathaniel" Discussed on Ideas

"Book. Head that. She understood I mentioned, she laughed and she said, yes, that's us and she often commented on that remark in the years after that she'd really liked. They hope that maybe. Now, there be serious public debate about is ideas. But that didn't happen. It seems an expression of the author's determination to crush, the enemies of truth. Her truth, of course, as a battering ram demolishes the walls of a hostile city. The reviews of prior books and plays were mostly negative. But atlas shrugged got shredded loudly Misron proclaims her love of life. It seems clear that the book is written out of hate miss rand can only create gargoyles not characters. And. It was awful. He could not have been worse when you should be negative reviews. We were prepared for that we weren't prepared for what seems like outpouring of hatred and distortion of lies about the book. You couldn't get it into our heads. Just was possible. She was really really crushed by the negative reviews of atlas shrugged. Jennifer burns heart of it was that she for years now she'd had his group of admiring young people, and she expected that she'd get the same adulation and admirations from the world at large when the book came out. And instead people were so negative about the book, the reviews were terrible terrible review after terrible or after terrible review, and what really begin to hurt her the most she dwelled on the most was that nobody came out to defend her. It was one thing to get bad reviews. But it was another to get bad reviews and have nobody meeting those reviews and saying wait, stop you've missed it. This is really important. This woman has something to say, we should listen she had fans everywhere letters of appreciation up to the ceiling. But no one known figure who to cheat something important who. Stood obliquely. She felt in that sense. She got nothing back from the world that began a lot of bitterness which just escalated over the years part of it was that she had already burned her bridges with the conservative organizers and intellectuals she knew not to mention it's very strong, anti-christian orientation, just repel them. So there really were very few figures who might have been politically sympathetic to her who were willing to stand up and say, this is an important contribution. I'm fell into a deep depression that would last for two years, and she would never write fiction. Again, Barbara Nathaniel were stunned. They immediately contacted their thousands of followers and ask them to cancel their subscriptions to magazines, which had published negative reviews and to denounce the negative reviews. Wherever they found them Nathaniel spent his days trying to console line from his biography my years with an rand I thought that for. All these years on had been obliged to Mercer self kind of alternate reality the world of outlet, shrugged. And that now with their task accomplish. She was bringing her creation back to the world in which we lived. But I was wrong the truth, which I would need some time to discover that unhedged disappeared into that alternate reality and was not coming back. She was like the strikers in her own novel who having seen John God's vision, give up everything and disappear because the life. They have lived is no longer acceptable to them. She all of this. Whoa. To Nathaniel Brandon. And he would come to visit her for what had once been there meant time together. And instead, she would cry and wonder out loud to him why this happened. And now she was struggling with this very very strong depression, which she carefully hid from everyone except for Frank and th-annual, Barbara those are the only three who knew how truly devastated she was. She kept her head up in public by this point Nathaniel announced to on that this had to end and that he personally make America listen. So he sat down with atlas shrugged systemized her philosophy. And turned her thoughts into lectures that he would deliver in public, ladies and gentlemen. If I were asked to summarize the essentials of the objectives philosophy in a single. I would say that Objectivism hold the reality. The extra world is what it is independent of consciousness, independent of anyone's knowledge judgment, Billy hopes wishes or appears that facts are back that a as a things are what they are witness had done in his lectures was to present I and series as a single consistent philosophy which I had not done todate. So he gathered her ideas together and presented them in his Twitty, basic lectures of Objectivism, including ideas of hers that she had not yet published and you have to have that before you can have a movement, and what he did was he placed an ad in the New York Times said I'm going to give some lectures on the ideas of an rand and at the end of the lecture miss rand herself will appear and take questions, and he rented lecture hall and soul tickets and. They filled up the lecture hall, and then he did another one and another one and another one Nathanielsz workshops and lectures were so successful that he started up in the Faneuil Brandon institute and like any good capitalist. He charged admission, and I agreed that all proceeds would go to Nathaniel. But they needed a brand. That's when Nathaniel thought they should come up with a name to describe her philosophy. I was bothered no way to name who am I we didn't have objectives. You know? We have something goes to call ourselves. So I says were advocacy Lazy-faire capitalism. I and that doesn't do it grows. Number one. It puts the emphasis on business, but we need something more broad something. Like what it basically is philosophically globally. Not words stands politically Objectivism held that enlightened self interest is good. That is reached for the best in yourself. Find the hero within you pursue your dreams and creative goals as Nathaniel Brandon makes clear in this nineteen Eighty-nine appearance on reason TV Objectivism didn't actually mean getting rich and powerful power and money to register. That may shock a lot of people. But I tell you she lived like aesthetic otherworldly person. She lived very very modestly should know. Interesting material was acquisition, no interest of interior luxury. She lived in many ways, personally, very spiritual existence very much of the mind. What you really admired was people who are interested in creative work. She thought and I would say that what exists? Is this world of this life at one should honor it and do the best with it and not endure suffering passively on the assumption that sometime in some other dimension or some other life than you will be happy. But if you are though, your old life, you happy this place to fight for this here on earth. Do you ought to get yourself? A good press agent to sell you to the public in this scene from outlet shrugged. Hank Reardon gets unwanted collectivist. Advice from a reporter Middleham sailing. Not me, thank you. But you don't want the public against you public opinion. You know? I mean a lot as far as I can tell doesn't mean a damn thing one way or another the press is against do. They have time to waste. I don't say you're intractable you're ruthless. Your only goal is to make money. My only goal is to make money happy. You shouldn't say it. But I'm message was being said in a Faneuil in Barbara were making sure that their audience is understood that a free society, meant individualism and laissez faire capitalism had to be paramount, but to horror the conservatives who'd begun to champion free market capitalism. We're now starting to link it with event Jellicoe Christianity. I'm was having. None of it and criticize them publicly. I won't make something clear. I'm not. Serve it to anyone destroys his it the conservative because they do not know how to preach capitalism to explain it to the people, and because they're all based on religious outweighs and on that the nation of ideas, you cannot save this. She was also very inspired by Friedrich niches depiction of the slave morality and the master morality, and his argument that Christian morality was in some way, a development of those without power in society to sort of subjugate those who are stronger, and she really took to heart. His critique of Christianity. And she came to see that as she saw it celebration of the meek shall inherit the earth as really the problem because it taught people that individually they were not important. What was important was the greater good and critically? What was moral was to suppress your own interests and favor the interests of someone else? Instead of you that was essentially what was moral, and she thought is long as people think the right thing to do is to sacrifice themselves for others or put the interests of others ahead of their own interests programs, like communism, socialism, totalitarian states, they'll always have a way to grow because they'll tell people we are doing something that is good and morally right in the nineteen fifties. Evangelo calls were looking for a political party to reflect their moral values, and the Republicans were looking for more voters that confluence was when the religious right was born and the cherry picking of ideas began.

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