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Links 1 through 10 of 306 by Peter Cresswell tagged Objectivism

Thanks to a kind reader, I’m heading over to Sydney this weekend to see Yaron Brook from the Ayn Rand Institute speak on Monday night about Capitalism Without Guilt.  Why don’t you join me? This...

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Scientist Fred Singer offers a good one-page summary of the arguments promoted in the film 'The Great Global Warming Swindle.' Incidentally, Thrutch posts the link with this comment: "To end the litany of arbitrary and/or fraudulent claims made by the man

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It is not without cause that art has been called the technology of the soul. The inner working of the individual human psyche is the channel in which art is created and experienced. Art can be about anything. It can be the things we see around us. It can

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When working big, work small first. Thumbnail sketches are great guides that create excitement and spontaneity in major works. Before embarking on a major work I draw thumbnail sketches, sometimes as small as 1x1". The purpose of them is to get a quick ov

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The 5th Century B.C. sculptor, Polyclitus, wrote the famous treatise about what methods make the beautiful (to kallos) and good (to eu) in art, unfortunately now lost. We know something of it through historians such as Pliny and Plutarch. Oft mentioned is

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Modern science began with the full development of its own distinctive method of investigation: experiment. Experimentation is “the method of establishing causal relationships by means of controlling variables.” The experimenter does not merely observe

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“For all criticism consists in pointing out ...
contradictions or discrepancies, and
scientific progress consists largely in the
elimination of contradictions wherever we
find them. This means, however, that
science proceeds on the assumption that

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It is thus surprising to discover that Popper himself hardly lived up to this
ideal of non contradiction. When one examines Critical Rationalism, for example,
one soon notices that it is based on questionable premises; that its internal
logic is seriou

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How does an artist produce a work of genius? What goes through their minds? What planning does it require -- and what work, what mental work? A new tutorial by artist Michael Newberry explains how he produced his brilliant painting Denouement (above left)

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