What does it mean to be American?
The question appears to be a simple one, but pose it to a thousand Americans and you’re likely to get a thousand different answers. In reality, the question is anything but simple. Historically and philosophically, America truly is unique.
How does an artist apply Ayn Rand’s philosophy of Objectivism to his life and work? How do you handle the challenges posed by working in an industry whose figureheads are largely hostile to reason, romanticism, and capitalism?
In STRIVE’s latest Mentoring Q&A session, filmmaker Michael Paxton,
Derek Magill was a classics major who studied Latin in his free time. He went to school to learn about and discuss big ideas—not simply to find a job. Despite being a model liberal arts student, Magill ended up dropping out.
Magill explains that he dropped
In 2005, Flemming Rose, then editor of the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten, published a series of cartoons that were critical of Islam. In response to the cartoons, a number of riots broke out across the Muslim world, embassies were attacked, and numerous individuals were killed. Ten
“Some people follow the news as if it were sports. They have a team that they want to root for, they join the team, and any time a cheerleader calls out a cheer, they join in.” This attitude is fine in sports where the outcome
We all interact with businesses as customers, as employees, and some of us as owners. And despite the variety—whether we’re talking about complex multi-nationals such as 3M or your friend’s food truck—all businesses have to answer a multitude of ethical questions. How should a company