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Dating an objectivist

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After cresting the beginning token review of objectivist philosophy this book really shines. " I purchased and read "Objectivist Sexuality" a few months back and was profoundly affected by it. I am now in the midst of the most fulfilling and beautiful relationship of my life and couldn't be more happy and optimistic.

I delighted in reading 'The Roots of Gender: Defining Femininity and Masculinity.' It is the only piece I have read from the Objectivist perspective.

The purpose of Objectivist Sexuality: An Outline for Happily Ever After, written from the viewpoint of Ayn Rands philosophy of Objectivism, is to provide a principled approach to dating, sex, and relationships. Just as Objectivism begins by studying the nature of man, so Objectivist Sexuality begins by studying the nature of man and woman.

Although philosophical in nature, it has a very practical purpose in mind: helping people define, seek, and ultimately find the love of their life. From this, an objective definition of gender is given.

A full discussion of how to handle day-to-day life after finding your special someone is given, which emphasizes rational self-interest as the basis for a strong marriage.

Above all, Objectivist Sexuality advocates that reason is the basis for a blissful happily ever after. Best book on romantic relationships (Amazon US) "An extraordinary book on romantic relationships.

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Objectivism also holds that integrity is a major virtue.

One should look to the long-term and the full range of consequences, and act steadfastly in accordance with rational principles and rational commitments that one has made.

Answer: Objectivism holds that honesty is one of the major virtues.

In the end, one gains nothing by dishonesty; it leaves one trapped in a web of fakery, which makes reality one's enemy and reason a threat to be feared in anybody one knows.