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The philosophic equivilant of the Bible
on 11 July 1999
This book is an excellent source for objectivist epistimology. Although it includes the work of Piekoff, Ayn Rand's intellectual heir, it is a worthy collection of Ayn Rand's groundbreaking philosophy. Personally, I deem it an indespensible work. Although I do not claim to be an objectivist yet, I do agree with Rand on nearly every issue. When I find that something has come along in my life that I'm not sure about, something ambiguous, I consult The Lexicon and usually am able to put the thought to rest. I'd recommend this book to ANYONE who follows objectivist idealogy in any way shape or form, and also to Rand's critics, so that they might have this extensive compendium for the measure of what it truely is: A COMPLETE resource of Rand thought and philosophy. Once again, EXCELLENT book. Buy it today!