- adj. Of or pertaining to Ayn Rand (1905-1982), Russian-born American novelist and philosopher, or her writings or objectivism.
- Rand + -ian (Wiktionary)
“Randian, that is a very balanced point of view no doubt based on many reads of articles and follow up fact checking.”
“First, I could be called a Randian and / or an Objectivist.”
“Pardon me while I retch (a typical "Randian" - I'd love to see Greenspan”
“Well, in the interviews where Bird has been asked about this, he denies being any kind of Randian or having consciously modeled his movies on her ideas.”
“There is a dramatic difference between what I’ll call Randian minarchism–advocating a strong, limited government–and Rothbardian anarcho-capitalism, which treats all government as intrinsically evil I’ll leave it to you to ponder the deontological implications of thisPOV.”
“I am curious what you see that is "Randian" or "laissez faire" about Greenspan or his actions.”
“The "Randian" position is not that Man must be "held" to be heroic.”
“Yes, but what is it that makes people throw out all critical thinking when considering themselves a "Randian"?”
“Especially if in a more "Randian" World, your intended victim may be better armed than you.”
“The old battle between the isolationist libertarians and the "Randian" willing-to-intervene-for-freedom branch.”
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