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How is objectivism different from existentialism?


Existentialism is the doctrine that we are free to create our own values.

Objectivism is the doctrine that the sole measure of a person’s fitness, and therefore of his value, is his ability to compete in a strictly financial sense in an unregulated economy.

A corollary of objectivism is that the only legitimate values are those of a merchant.

Therefore, existentialism and objectivism are incompatible doctrines.

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