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    Ray Shelton, Epicurus and Rand

    Message par Johnathan R. Razorback le Jeu 18 Aoû - 12:06

    http://www.objectivity-archive.com/volume2_number3.html#1

    Rand contends that in the rational human there is a natural harmony between reason and emotion. To think clearly one must feel deeply, and the clearer the thinking, the deeper the feeling.”
    “The human mind must of necessity operate according to some principles. Yet such principles, and their wider contexts, cannot be held in mind all at once. Art serves the function of synthesizing and exhibiting moral principles in direct perceptual material form
    .”
    -Ray Shelton, Epicurus and Rand, Objectivity, volume 2, numéro 3, 1995

    http://folk.uio.no/thomas/po/parallel-metaethics.html


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