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Cameron began to design buildings the way he wanted rather than how his clients demanded. Ayn Rand has found a way to share her philosophies in a way that is entertaining rahd enlightening and only a rare trace of didacticism.
The way she used modern arch This book took me almost 4 months to finish. Most important, the novel makes important points about the nature of human progress, who achieves it, how it must struggle for recognition and at what price.
Manantiaal a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. While we all know how awesome Roark is, he is seriously a piece of stone: I began reading Ayn Rand’s The Fountainhead with trepidation.
Atlas Shrugged shares that last virtue. This was the one with the architect, right?
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And that’s how Ahn feel about The Fountainhead. View all 9 comments. Galt did not actively seek out destruction. I still have absolutely no clue. Ayn Rand can be a total dick sometimes, but give her a try.
That presupposes the ability to think.
And if I can step back after reading a book–especially a book to which I was mildly opposed–and conclude that it changed the way I think, if only for a second, I must conclude that it is a success.
Therefore I regard it as immoral Ownership of ideas, …more I was not, but had read Rand before. You accuse me of social treason, and yet you beg me to betray myself.
I was intrigued by the way Rand is mixing her own concepts into the narrative itself and thus using theory as her storyfl presenting us an image of her objectivism, lived out by the characters in the novel. Your personal …more Brett, reading is entertainment.
The point is, who will stop me? Roark spoke to men who he chose to listen to him.
Toohey just seriously says what the fuck is wrong with our society today: Specially, the rape scene and the subjugation of the female character reminded me of certain settings rabd some aym shoddy novels which I read as teenager.
She lived his life. Do we celebrate or begrudge them? I’m putting it at 4 because I truly loved it then, but it hasn’t aged well in my mind. Like I seriously love it more than Roark’s dramatic speech at the trial.
This of course is all contextualized by the new revelations of her love of some psychotic serial killing Russian or some such business that recently came to light.
Recommended to Mariel by: The titles of both are just ambiguous enough to make you ranr that your inability to fathom their secrets means the author possesses a greater intellect.
It lacks any understanding of how an economy functions. View all 13 comments. But I couldn’t, and wouldn’t, manantlal for you. The Fountainhead is very long — too long in my opinion.
Beside this, “The fountainhead” is a page turner. A friend convinced me I should give this another shot having tossed it after the first chapter. Who could not feel for eel struggle of our own soul against the unjust society?
‘El manantial’, de Ayn Rand, o el eslogan de la novela liberal
Not a bandage for dirty sores. Even though my political views stand directly opposite of Rand’s, I’m glad I’ve read her work to try and understand how and why such a large group of people could idolize her and her views. To cut this potentially loong tirade short, I have no respect for Ayn Rand’s pseudo-rational philosophy.
She mentions in a foreword that she is not writing for them.
Nothing matters, except that you do what you want.