Rand's Egoism and Marx's Collectivism: An Ethical Perspective
Identifies certain commonalities in the bases of the moral philosophies of Rand (individualist/capitalist/egoist) and Marx (collectivist/socialist/altruist), such as a man's natural rights and materialism. Examines their philosophies from an ethical viewpoint, looking at the origins and content of morality, moral laws, the principles of ethics and realistically reflects the nature of man, as man can be neither wholly altruistic nor wholly individualistic but is rather a combination of both, with man's self-development depending on interaction with other haman beings. Concludes that neither doctrine presents a viable model of social organization.
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