Premises Of Post-Objectivism
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the POP Culture web site? Here is how.
Anyone may (of course) point me to an article they think merit
If you submit an article to me with your name on it you are
stating that (A) you wrote the article and (B) that you are the
copyright holder to the article, or that you have permission
from the copyright holder to publish the article on POP Culture.
Enclose the article's publication history, if any, with the
The article must explore, present or compare new and original
or at least underexposed ideas, connections, comparisons and
The article compares or connects Rand to one or more other thinkers,
traditions, fields, contemporary issues or the like. The article
does not give the impression that it was written in an Objectivist
Examples of topics that POP Culture is always interested
in expanding upon include but are not limited to: Rand and
other egoist philosophers (Epicurus, Nietzsche, Stirner etc.);
Rand and anarchists (left or right); Rand and feminism; pagan
values, sense of life and philosophy; issues related to
progress, utopia, futurism, trans- and posthumanism; issues of
esthetics and art especially when informed by a pagan and/or
The following topics or positions are considered inherently
incompatible with and opposed to Post-Objectivism: Advocacy of
theism, sexism, patriarchalism & gender roles, "pro-life"
anti-abortionism and all other authoritarian doctrines.
The article must be submitted in the plain text-format, or
in hand-coded HTML closely matching POP Culture's clean,
minimalist style. (No RTF and no closed document formats like
When/if published on Post-Objectivism, the article will be
prefaced with title, author and publication history (if any),
preferably with hyperlinks to author and publication(s).
The above requirements are subject to revision or expansion at any time.
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