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IP and teaching

2009-11-19 16:25:30.663939+00 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

Jeffrey Tucker at the Ludwig von Mises Institute: If You Believe in IP, How Do You Teach Others?, some nice musings on some of the current struggling in academia over the reproduction of classes and class derived materials, including some words on how that relates to some of the struggles Ayn Rand had over her dissemination of her ideas. Hat tip to Chris in Florida.

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#Comment Re: made: 2009-11-20 06:35:12.72779+00 by: Dan Lyke

Cool! My earlier enthusiasm for Rand has obviously become tempered, I think I've described it here before as that I no longer believe in non-violence, but I'm still a big fan of how she thought through her ideas and the cultural impact, and it looks like the Burns book puts a lot of that in context.

#Comment Re: made: 2009-11-20 05:53:04.050631+00 by: brennen

On that Ayn Rand note, the first third or so of the Burns book has been quite good.