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    Return of the Primitive: The Anti-Industrial Revoluion. Request Copy. ... Return of the Primitive: The Anti-Industrial Revolution. 304 pages Print Length

  3. The New Left: The Anti-Industrial Revolution. 1971. The Ayn Rand Letter. 1971 – 76. ... Return of the Primitive (Exp. edition of The New Left) 1999. The Art of Fiction.

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  5. John Galt - Wikipedia

    John Galt (/ ɡ ɔː l t /) is a character in Ayn Rand's novel Atlas Shrugged (1957). Although he is not identified by name until the last third of the novel, he is the object of its often-repeated question "Who is John Galt?"

  6. Ayn Rand – Wikipedia

    Return of the Primitive: The Anti-Industrial Revolution (1999) Deutsch: Zurück in die Steinzeit : die anti-industrielle Revolution. Mit einer Einleitung und zusätzlichen Essays von Peter Schwarz. Übersetzt von Philipp Dammer. Lichtschlag, Grevenbroich [2017], ISBN 978-3-939562-67-2. Why Businessmen Need Philosophy (1999)

  7. List of Atlas Shrugged characters - Wikipedia

    He believes melody is a primitive vulgarity. He is one of Lillian Rearden's friends and a member of the cultural elite. Clifton Locey is a friend of Jim Taggart who takes the position of vice-president of operation when Dagny Taggart quits. Pat Logan is the engineer on the first run of the John Galt Line. He later strikes.

  8. Ayn Rand - Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

    1. Introduction 1.1 Ayn Rand and Philosophy. In Rand’s own words, her first and greatest love, her “life purpose”, was “the creation of the kind of world … that represents human perfection”, while her interest in philosophical knowledge was “only” for the sake of this purpose (Journal entry for 4 May 1946; in 1997: 479). []

  9. Ayn Rand – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

    Return of the Primitive: The Anti-Industrial Revolution (1971) ISBN 0-452-01184-1; Philosophy: Who Needs It editado postumamente por Leonard Peikoff (1982) ISBN 0-451-13893-7; Influência em outras mídias Música

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