Rand is NOT a Fascist! Jeez!
redye at dorsai.dorsai.org
Fri Jun 23 23:28:36 MDT 1995
>From redye at dorsai.dorsai.orgSat Jun 24 00:54:35 1995
Date: Sat, 24 Jun 1995 00:50:48 -0400 (edt)
From: Seamus Malone <redye at dorsai.dorsai.org>
To: redye at dorsai.dorsai.org
Seamus Malone / Techne Multi-Media
reye at amanda.dorsai.org
On Sat, 24 Jun 1995, Chris M. Sciabarra wrote:
> On Sat, 24 Jun 1995, Jim Jaszewski wrote:
> > > 7. Austrians (Hayek, Popper, etc.) must be listened to.
> > ...And I suppose the fascist philosopher, Ayn Rand has to get her two
> > cents-worth in too... It's one thing to take what is valuable in an
> > opponent's reasoning -- it's another to swallow his line, hook, sinker and
> > all...
> Boy, sometimes I feel like the "keeper of the libertarian flame"
> around here! Now, now... let's not throw around words like "fascist" --
> Rand was educated by the Soviets and was an anticommunist for sure, but
> she was not a fascist. Sorry... when you write books about the woman,
> you get a little sensitive about these things! -- Chris
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Rand was an apologist for fascism. I'm not sure I see the difference.
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