Welcome to the December 13th edition of the Objectivist Round Up! We have a nice smattering (isn't "smattering" a fun word?) of posts for you this week!
Kendall Justiniano presents Big Oil is... not who you think.. posted at The Crucible & Column, saying, "For those statists who still rail against the "robber barrons" of Big Oil, they might want to check their premises. A real threat dominates the oil industry today."
Shaun Connell presents The Pursuit of Happiness posted at Reason and Capitalism.
Jason presents The World of Our Dreams posted at Erosophia, saying, "When will we achieve it?" A nice post that rings true to me, especially this time of year.
Cogito presents Mathematics and Worldviews, Part I posted at Cogito's Thoughts, saying, "This post examines how three categories of incorrect metaphysical and epistemological worldviews view math, and sets the stage for a future post explaining how a rational, objective worldview views math."
Stella presents The nanny state and your breasts posted at ReasonPharm, saying, "A recent decision by an FDA advisory committee violates the rights of breast cancer patients and pharmaceutical companies alike." More FDA nonsense, argh!
Thank you to everyone who participated this week! As always, we're always looking for great posts and willing hosts!
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