By Tara Smith
This lecture will clarify objectivity itself—not in epistemological detail, but in application to everyday living—and then chart its requisites for a proper legal system. We will see how the function of government sets the terms for the just exercise of state power and how confusions about objectivity result in its corruption.
This lecture was recorded at the 2015 Objectivist Summer Conference in Charlotte, NC.
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