Don’t Let It Go…Unheard #28

Hour 1: 1943 Letter written by Ayn Rand to a fan of the Fountainhead who was also a reverend; Gary Johnson on whether Iran is a military threat; NYT op-ed defending Sharia law in America

Hour 2: Sarah Palin’s non-campaign speech; No job growth in August — what does Obama plan to do about it; the latest on the Libyan rebels; and more.

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4 responses to “Don’t Let It Go…Unheard #28

  1. Proxywar

    Do you have a link to the 1943 letter? Moreover, I don’t think loving your neighbor as you would love yourself is compatible with Rand’s individualsim. I don’t see a well reasoned judgement behind any of that specious thinking. First of all, That neighbor has to be a value to you before you can love him/her as you would love yourself. Even then how does one measure equal love of this sort? The only thing I can think of is she might of been thinking you wouldn’t be able to go on living without this person you know, value, and highly admire. However, according to the christian conceptualization of this concept you’re just suppose to love your pedophile neighbor as you would love yourself. There can be no compatiblity because no matter what the context is a christian must follow the will of God and love his/her neighbor as they would love themselves regardless if they know that neighbor or like what he/she may stand for.

  2. Ellen

    This is my first podcast on here. I’ll listen in again and may eventually participate. Yes, I would recommend it.

  3. M.Stern

    More importantly regarding the 1943 letter is why was it not included in ‘The Letters of Ayn Rand’? This letter should have been included. It seems to me fishy that it was not. I am sure the editors of that book are going to be criticized for this.

  4. John Link

    Here are links to the three pages of the letter:

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