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That which can be validated by the sense organs or a process of logic.
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Objectivity, essentially to Objectivism is the idea that Ayn Rand's word is sacred and infallible. This requires an objective view of the world, which means that only our way is right, for Ayn Rand tells us so.
  
 
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Revision as of 21:00, 14 January 2007

Objectivity, essentially to Objectivism is the idea that Ayn Rand's word is sacred and infallible. This requires an objective view of the world, which means that only our way is right, for Ayn Rand tells us so.

See Also

Truth