November 2, 2006
Editor-in-Chief, The New
in a lively conversation
The Anatomy of Cooperation
Is it ever proper to collaborate with people who donít share your philosophical principles -- especially in organized intellectual or ideological endeavors?
This question will be applied to issues between and among Objectivists and libertarians.
In this talk, Robert Bidinotto will both critique and build upon Ayn Rand's analysis of this subject. He'll outline additional rules and considerations to help individuals determine when philosophical cooperation is appropriate and when it isn't.
Find new pathways that may lead to greater collaboration, and greater civility, among traditional adversaries.
Robert Bidinotto is the editor-in-chief of The New
Individualist, the monthly magazine of the Atlas
Society. His anti-environmentalist website is ecoNOT.com;
he also runs a blog.
spoke at Junto in March 2004.