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, and creative human endeavors. Enjoy the ride!

On The Fountainhead. [6:00]
How donuts can teach you about your hierarchy of values [11:00]
A technique for determining values through ‘rational consideration’ [13:00]
How to develop objective ethics [16:00]
Donald Trump and dealing with reality [19:00]
Idiots and assholes: how not to be either [23:00]
Practicing reason and creating good intellectual habits [29:00]
Environment vs Humanity – which comes first? [37:00]
How to be proud of your achievements [40:00]
The values of Roark and the politics of Galt (and how to develop them both) [45:00]
Implanting memories in mice, and other awesome breakthroughs [50:00]
The consequences of inaction: Precaution vs Proaction [58:00]
Why the Elves in Lord of the Rings were tired (and how to plan for a 100-year career) [1:03:00]
Are over-eating and altruism related? [1:14:00]
Is it altruistic to enjoy playing with your dog? [1:17:00]
Why we voted for Trump [1:23:00]

Ed [aht] EdwardHudgins.com

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Mark Michael Lewis is a Profitability Coach who guides entrepreneurs to make increasingly profitable decisions in their business, their relationships, and their quality of life. He created the Creating Thriving Partnerships 24 hour audio program -- especially intimate/romantic partnerships, but also in business and communities. Over the last 25+ years, Mark has trained 1000s of people, consulted with 100s of businesses, and coached 100s of individuals and couples to thrive. He is the host of the Talking Thrive podcast and the Becoming an Ayn Rand Hero podcast where he offers insights and interviews about how to live integrated thriving lives. Mark is the author of three nonfiction books, including "RelationDancing" and "The Key Is In The Darkness." You can learn more about his work at http://ThrivingPartnerships.com and http://TheProfitabilityCoach.com.

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