The Fountainhead: Howard Roark And Objectivism

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A man who, in spite of cruelty from an unaccepting society, fights to work and live as only he chooses to do so. Through the course of the story the reader sees how Roark completely disregards the norms and principles that define society. He does this to maintain the idea that true happiness cannot be achieved through the standards of others...
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Rather, happiness can only be attained by subsisting on one's own canon, never for a moment yielding the integrity of his/her ego. This idea, in short, is the basis of Objectivism. In my opinion, I think Ayn Rand's philosophy is completely ridiculous. According to The Fountainhead our entire society is based upon the unchanging principles made up and maintained solely by powerful, influential old men (Elsworth Toohey)...
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