Philosophy: An Integrated Worldview
"The mind is man's greatest and only means of survival. Human thought, however, requires courageous effort. The hubris of man's mind is that pseudo-intellectuals dream they can outsmart reality by taking mindless shortcuts. A consistent, non-contradictory philosophy is possible only for those who choose to think." - Dubbs Galt
An Introduction to the Philosophy of Objectivism
It's rare to have heard of Ayn Rand and not have a strong opinion of her ideas. Many people are immediately captivated by her logical approach to developing a complete philosophy of life. Others are revolted by her rigid, uncompromising rejection of irrationality. Sometimes people that hold a negative opinion of her may have only seen or heard her ideas outside a complete context. Here's a good summary of Rand's beliefs (very high-level) as presented by Dr. Onkar Ghate, Senior Fellow at the Ayn Rand Center for Individual Rights.
Three Minute Philosophy: Aristotle (Warning: Some Choice Language)
This is a humorous 3 minute summary of Aristotle. There is some explicit language, but it is a cartoon worth watching.
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