Non-Contradiction: states that something cannot be both true and not true at the same time when dealing with the same context.
First, a few thoughts:
- Strong characters from one end of the spectrum to the other.
- Greed is a theme, as is the complete opposite of greed. Apparently, it’s better to build a crappy product that serves many than a superior product that serves only a few.
- Profit is bad. Profit is good. Depends on who you ask.
- Human beings are really just animals when you remove their worldly goods.
- It’s a battle of the mind versus body.
- When people don’t know the answer to a question, they come back with another question, “Who is John Galt?” It’s mentioned over and over again. I’m anxious for this to be explained.
Question to ponder:
What’s going on with the intellectuals in this book? Are they losing their minds?
I have to admit, I am intrigued with the book. It’s fascinating to spend time with these people. For me, the part one flew by even though the chapters are on the long side.
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For those reading with me, what are your thoughts so far?
Next up, read part two by July 31st.