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, cameron <cbailes@s...> wrote:
> On July 30, 2003 12:43 pm, BENJAMIN N PIERCE wrote:
> >Anyhoo--I agree that Neizsche would attack a=a in Ayn Rand--but it
> > deeper. He writes of a will-to-know and he discusses science as a
> > cataloguing of experiences and actions, in hindsight, to arrive
> > a=a--and he deems this inferior, and even a mere shell of the real
> > faculty--not to know but to exert power--to MAKE A=Will.
> I'm not sure what Nietzsche would have disagreed with about the
Probably its abuse to 'prove' things like:
Which is an old Randian favorite, but isn't really a=a at all.