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But he didn’t fail me. And then I flipped to the first chapter. Your personal experience and your view on life is important if this book ‘speaks’ to you.
‘El manantial’, de Ayn Rand, o el eslogan de la novela liberal
I began reading Ayn Rand’s The Fountainhead with trepidation. The man who speaks to you of sacrifice, speaks of slaves and masters.
A thoroughly disgusting piece of writing. Rand fuses her philosophy, Objectivism, with the contrasting aesthetic ideals and gritty reality of buildings and the people who make them.
He also pals around with one of the construction workers who admires him because he is the only architect that understands construction, and, indeed, Roark makes the point that he loves engineering and building. To ask other readers questions about El Manantialplease sign up.
She started a new philosophy known as Objectivism, opposed to state interference of all kinds, and her follow-up novel Atlas Shrugged describes a amnantial who attempt to escape America’s conspiracy of mediocrity. Ownership of ideas, …more I was not, but had read Rand before.
Rand fuses her philosophy, Objectivism, with the contrasting aesthetic ideals and gritty reality of buildin As an architecture student with no field experience, I can’t testify to the accuracy of this book.
One is a statement of Ayn Rand’s lacking writing skills and reprehensible moral philosophy. Roark spoke to men who he chose to listen to him. This was my 2nd time reading it, and I liked it about as much as a did when I was I think the concept of selfishness for the greater good is fascinating, as do lovers of Ayn Rand works.
The Fountainhead shows a very true if not menacing picture of how evil altruism can be. Both she and Galt are a matched pair, similar in philosophies, drive and dedication, but different in their approach. I think Wynand is a fresh breath in the black and white world of Ayn Rand.
El Manantial by Ayn Rand (4 star ratings)
Add Ayn Rand to this and you suddenly have the ingredients for a self-perpetuating sense of victimhood and entitlement. The titles of both are just ambiguous enough to make you assume Unlike Brave New World, reading this book is in itself an act of bravery.
She exhibited no personality or thought of her own and was perfectly compliant with everything everyone wanted from her As re who has done development work in West Africa and also worked in non-profit and in corporate philanthropy, I recognize Toohey and his corruption and evil and his hypocrisy is sadly very realistic.
I judge people by this book. Why do you love or hate Ayn Rand?
El Manantial by Ayn Rand (1 star ratings)
This novel is controversial, but again, every works that touch the depth of humanity and expose the horrendous society cannot escape from controversy.
But it’s because we’ve had the courage to act on our judgment, and the fortitude to trust our decisions. And that’s how I feel about The Fountainhead. Somewhere during those manantiwl middle parts, I realized the chief flaws of this book: Hell, she even makes rape seem acceptable ish. The conformist must learn the beliefs of others to adhere to them; the nonconformist must learn the standards so as to avoid adhering to them.
Of course, it follows a natural flow from the author’s assumptions: El Manantial by Ayn Rand. View all 86 comments. He had to find 42 different ways of saying the same thing, just so the people could understand him.
In this lengthy novel, Ayn Rand presents her ideal man and her philosophy of objectivism. On the other hand, she despises so First of all let me say, just because I’ve read The Fountainhead doesn’t dr I agree with Ayn Rand’s views.
I admire Roark’s integrity and the way he is driven to practice his art, stay true to his own ideals, and ignore the ignorant and conniving people who oppose him. Rand says so; perhaps she conducted all kinds of scientific experiments and came up with the definitive answer to this quintessential philosophical problem.
While I like a few ideas here and there – her support of Capitalism and the individual’s rights – on the whole, I think it’s a wannabe rational but actually shallow philosophy that, from the viewpoint of rational content, might as well be consigned to flames. She makes you want to believe. Rand needed Howard Roark; if he failed the reader in any way, the book would crumble. Should I Move On?
I understand that Manantual suffered in Russia as her father’s business was nationalized for the socialist collective agenda, leaving her family destitute. The point is, who will stop me? The way she used modern arch This book took me almost 4 months to finish. His primary concern is how he is perceived by others.