Human Nature

Fundamental human nature – a special part of metaphysics that covers the basic nature of life, man, and the junction between metaphysics and epistemology: the topics from which ethics arises.

Featured Articles

What is Individualism? What is Collectivism?

Human Emotions are the Products of Beliefs and Subconscious Value Judgments

What Interdependence Means and Why Society Isn’t Interdependent

Values Are Relational But Not Subjective

Wealth is Created by Action Based on Rational Thought

Why Each Person Can Have Only One Ultimate Value

Ayn Rand and the Crude Materialism of the “Rich vs. Poor” Worldview


QuickPoint 1: Thinking is Individual

Other Posts

A Message on Ayn Rand, Compassion, and Individualism vs. Collectivism


“Individualism vs. Collectivism: Our Future, Our Choice,” by Craig Biddle, The Objective Standard


The Biological Basis of Teleological Concepts by Harry Binswanger (secondary; Advanced book. Not for the casual reader.)


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