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Selfishness Without a Self

Alejandro Durán, James Valliant, Don Watkins

Presented at: Discussing Ayn Rand's Essays

Date: Apr 07, 2021

Selfishness is a profoundly philosophical, conceptual achievement. Anyone who holds a tribal lone wolf as an image of selfishness, is merely confessing the perceptual nature of his own mental functioning.
- Ayn Rand, "Selfishness Without a Self”

In this essay, Ayn Rand dives into what it means, and requires, to be truly selfish.  Don Watkins and James Valliant discuss.
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