peikoff-ari.10web.site Q&A on Ayn Rand

peikoff-ari.10web.site Q&A on Ayn Rand

Published by: Leonard Peikoff
419 Episodes | First Released: Oct 22 '07 | 🇺🇸
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Mr.sparks911
Nov 2 '18
Rating:   10
One of the most valuable podcasts

Peikoff is not only the heir of Ayn Rand, but he provides a very clear explanation Objectivism, and how to apply it to real life. Don’t miss out!

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OverLord Xenu
Oct 17 '18
Rating:   2
More recycled objectivism

One book replaces this all. Objectivist epistemology. Doesn’t change the fact that Ayns entire system crumbles under the light of logic. Both Roark and Galt raped the female leads, who then fell promptly in love. Pathetic. Subscriber beware.

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Randall_Brando
Nov 10 '17
Rating:   10
Thank you Dr Peikoff.

Very fortunate to have this series of talks available I started this Podcast 6 months ago and have almost finished it entirely. I intend on listening to it all 400+ episodes again. Liberating, at times frustrating, but definitely life changing in a great way. Thank you!

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jonathan horn
Aug 5 '15
Rating:   2
philosophy at its least useful.

to talk about philosophy and entertain new ideas is hard to do when you go into it with basic assumptions that you are unwilling to question. this is a political podcast…don’t expect anything else.

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Freedombreezy
Jun 1 '15
Rating:   10
Are Lucky Genes possible or just Lucky Jeans?

Dr. Peikoff, I have argued in favor of Tabula Rasa since I was in my teens and so I thank you so much for sharing this to give me wonderful ammunition to support my position! Love your podcasts and I promise to share them everywhere I can. Gayle Parker

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Podcast_Listener_28
Nov 30 '14
Rating:   10
Great podcast!

Love the podcast. Thank you for making the philosophy available in audio format. Helps many people like myself that don't have much spare time to read.

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Ace Frahm
Dec 2 '13
Rating:   2
Captain

A sociopathic pre-teen philosophy fit only for moral monsters. These people got old without developing wise adult minds that age normally brings to the rest of us. They pretend to be experts on every subject, yet get the basic facts wrong on the simplest of subjects. They promise a show devoid of politics, yet every show is jam-packed with tea-party-like idiocy. Listening to this villain's anti-empathy show will hurt yourself & community by influencing you towards becoming a dumber, meaner, person.

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for_air
Apr 24 '13
Rating:   10
Dr. Peikoff never disappoints

Every episode offers some new insight and often illuminating opinions from the brilliant heir of the late great Ayn Rand. The questions are thought provoking and the answers can be inspiring. I love this podcast!

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Racheljtm
Oct 1 '12
Rating:   10
Intriguing Food for Thought

The questions and commentary are thought provoking and often insightful. While I don't always agree, I am intrigued and I find this podcast well worth the listening time!

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nnnnnn26
Sep 6 '12
Rating:   10
I enjoy these very much!

I enjoy podcasts, and these do not disappoint. They are challenging while not too long. Thoughtful, to the point.

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