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Initial credits
00:06    |    
Introduction by Warren Orbaugh
00:28    |    
Free Market Revolution: How Ayn Rand's Ideas Can End Big Government, Yaron Brook (2012)
00:45    |    
Selfishness is good
Pursue of self-interest
04:26    |    
What is the involvement of big corporations and government within a free market?
07:00    |    
What should the role of government be?
Minimum wage
11:50    |    
Are people morally obligated to help their neighbor?
Moral responsibility
15:23    |    
Two manifestations of statism
Entitlement state
Regular true state
20:46    |    
Misconception of self-interest
Negation of the individual 
25:09    |    
Can you elaborate on the profit motive, mentioned in your book?
Production and profit
28:27    |    
How can Ayn Rand's ideas contribute to end big government?
Intellectual revolution
Promotion of free market policies
31:59    |    
Words of exhortation
32:39    |    
Final credits




A Conversation about the Book “Free Market Revolution: How Ayn Rand’s Ideas Can End Big Government”

06 de agosto de 2013   | Vistas: 13 |  

Yaron Brook is interviewed on his book Free Market Revolution: How Ayn Rand's Ideas Can End Big Government, as he sheds light on the understanding and acceptance of selfishness as a virtue instead of a flaw, as the first step to reduce big government. He comments on what the protective role of government should really be about, and explains several terms, in order to fully grasp Rand's view of rational self-interest, such as capitalism, morality, altruism, and statism and their relation to the individual.

To accomplish the ending of big government, he calls for a revolution of ideas and to adopt the free market thinking to slowly but firmly eliminate the wrong intrusion of this figure.

Yaron Brook is President and Executive Director of the Ayn Rand Institute. He speaks at universities and corporations, promoting Ayn…


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