Being Worthy Of Happiness – John Yokela Brishon Martin part 2 – Ayn Rand Hero

October 27, 20200 Comments

Show Notes 03:00 – Discussing the ego as an ‘organism’ 05:00 – Why we experience happiness with a coherent story of reality 10:00 – How you experience “contradictions” reveals something critical about your standards 12:00 – Your stories about your experience are ‘power tools’ – learn to use them well 15:00 – Why goals always […]

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Ayn Rand Hero: Meta-Ethics with John Yokela and Brishon Martin – Ego As Organism

December 11, 20180 Comments

Join Mark Michael Lewis, John Yokela and Brishon Martin on an epic journey into the land of meta-ethics and the philosophy of Ayn Rand. SHOWNOTES 4:00 how do we build an epistemology that’s based in ethics? 6:00 Rand’s idea of an evolving definition of a concept – knowledge is contextual 9:00 Rand’s model of the […]

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Ayn Rand Hero: Marianna Brashear – FEE – Entrepreneurs, Economics, and Real Power

April 13, 20170 Comments

Join Mark Michael Lewis and Marianna Brashear in a conversation about the opportunity that the USA represents and the ideas that make it inspiring. As an Ukrainian immigrant who now serves as the Manager of Curriculum Development for the Foundation of Economic Education [ FEE ], Marianna earned and MBA in Entrepreneurship and is a […]

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Ayn Rand Hero: Ed Hudgins – A Moral Technology

March 15, 20171 Comment

Join Mark Michael Lewis in a conversation with Ed Hudgins, founder of the Human Achievement Alliance, an author, political pundit, lover of technology, and transhumanist. Ed is a passionate force of nature. We explore a variety of topics about how Ayn Rand plays a role in various aspects of lives, including technology, epistemology, ethics, politics, […]

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Ayn Rand Hero: Michael Newberry – Being A Heroic Artist

February 23, 20170 Comments

Join Mark Michael Lewis and artist Michael Newberry as they discuss the world of artistic creation in the context of Ayn Rand’s philosophy. Michael has been creating figurative art for over 40 years, combining his love of Rembrandt, Ayn Rand, and Puccini. Please be sure to encounter some of his work on his website Michael Newberry […]

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Ayn Rand Hero: Jennifer Grossman – CEO Atlas Society Social Strategy

December 29, 20160 Comments

Join Mark Michael Lewis and the CEO of The Atlas Society Jennifer Anju Grossman as they talk about how to bring the ideas of Ayn Rand to the wider culture – especially our youth. We especially discuss her thinking behind her provocative choice to write an op ed in The New York Times about how […]

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Ayn Rand Hero: Wealth Is More Than Money with Kim Sawyer

December 22, 20160 Comments

In this interview, I sit down with business coach and creator of theWealthSource Kim Sawyer. Our conversation is packed with questions, answers and thoughts that will get you thinking about money, business, value and wealth (and Ayn Rand!) in ways you may not have considered before. The Shadows of Ayn Rand Heroes and the True Source […]

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Ayn Rand Hero: Postmodernism and Making Work Beautiful with Professor Stephen Hicks

December 13, 20160 Comments

Join Mark Michael Lewis and philosophy Professor Stephen Hicks in a conversation about an honest approach to knowledge and human thriving. In this episode, you’ll hear: Why you should always take arguments at their best [10:15] The reason why many philosophers are ‘left’ [16:00] How Objectivism is an ‘outlier’-philosophy [19:00] 3rd Generation Postmodernism and the […]

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Ayn Rand Hero: Reasoning With A.I. w/ Jay Friedenberg

November 28, 20160 Comments

What happens if intelligence grows faster than values and ethics? The first atomic bomb was detonated on July 16th 1945. The dizzying leap forward in our capacity to harness energy for fuel and for ammunition changed the way we understood politics, war and the protection of our own existence as a species. Artificial Intelligence is bringing up […]

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The Moral Power of Music – Matthew Zachary Johnson

November 22, 20160 Comments

This episode, I invited composer and author Matthew Zachary Johnson to discuss the ‘moral power of music’. We discuss the power that certain kinds of music have to integrate (or frustrate) certain emotional experiences in real-time.  There are some powerful tips and insights into how you can use music to your benefit that I highly recommend […]

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