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What is Rand's emphasis on reason so important to her philosophy?

Who are the Witch-Doctor and the Attila? What is their relationship in history? How do they affect the businessman and the intellectual today?

Who are the Witch-Doctor and the Attila? What is their relationship in history? How do they affect the businessman and the intellectual today?

How does Rand structure the productive classes of society? Who are their enemies? Whose ideas are their enemies?

What is Rand's metaphysical position?

What does Rand believe about knowledge? What views about it does she reject?

What is Rand's core ethical principle? What makes it so controversial?

What are Rand's politics? How do they follow from her more basic principles?

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