In yet further related news, my friend David Gordon is offering an online course on Ayn Rand through the Mises Academy. Sign up now!
I must chide David, however, for his claim that few activities are as much fun as philosophical arguments. A philosophical argument is not an activity; it is a connected series of statements intended to establish a definite proposition, and as such is an abstract structure, not a process in time.
By “philosophical arguments” could David mean the sense of the term in “having philosophical arguments” rather than “discussing philosophical arguments”?
Why are you anti-mind and anti-life?
No it isn’t.
Yes it is.