Col 2:8 See that there be no one who shall lead *you* away as a prey through philosophy and vain deceit, according to the teaching of men, according to the elements of the world, and not according to Christ.
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This may be asking about the philosophy of Objectivism. Objectivism is the name Ayn Rand gave to her worldview. Objectivism is an all-encompassing term for Randian ideas, including her politics, Economics, metaphysics, aesthics, etc. Ayn Rand advocated laissez-faire capitalism and a strictly limited government. Those are the tenets of Objectivist politics and economics. Therefore, you could say that all Objectivists are libertarians in there politics and economics. It also happens that many, many libertarians are Objectivists. A famous libertarian book from the 1970s was "It Usually Begins With Ayn Rand," by Jerome D. Tuccille. The title alludes to the facts that many people arrive at Libertarianism through reading Ayn Rand's novels, especially "Atlas Shrugged" and "The Fountainhead."
While libertarianism is a political philosophy, there is a Libertarian Party. there website is www.lp.org
Here's a page about the libertarian movement's beliefs and history.
Less Government, Lower Taxes, More Freedom
Some people are afraid of the increased freedoms in a libertarian society or believe that chaos will result without a 'babysitter' government.
Belief in integrated social movement is secular philosophy
Many libertarians argue that the notion of a linear political spectrum itself is not sufficient to describe the ideas and platform. In general, the libertarian philosophy of non-aggression and personal freedom is not adequately described by either a conservative or a liberal philosophy. Some people do think of libertarians as being fiscally conservative and socially liberal. Those labels, however, imply that there is some sort of derivative relationship between the libertarian movement and other political movements and parties, which there is not. Refer to the World's Smallest Political Quiz (see related link below) for more information.
Wolfgang Haberzettl has written: 'Sensomotorisches Tun' -- subject(s): Act (Philosophy), Intentionality (Philosophy), Movement (Philosophy)
Gerard Casey has written: 'Libertarian anarchy' -- subject(s): Philosophy, Anarchism, The State
An art movement is a style of art with an underlying philosophy or goal - many such styles have -ism suffixes.
Colette Conroy has written: 'Theatre and the body' -- subject(s): Philosophy, Theater, Movement (Acting) 'Theatre and the body' -- subject(s): Philosophy, Theater, Movement (Acting)
Yes it is objectiveness is a rare earth element bitchezz
Existentialism is a philosophy and postmodernism was an art form/movement
Nonviolence. (And Christianity)
Susmita Pande has written: 'Medieval bhakti movement, its history and philosophy' -- subject(s): Bhakti, History, Medieval Philosophy
I am a libertarian. My libertarian principles show in my political actions.
The influence of religion and philosophy on the American reform movement has to do with conflicts of ideologies. It is very difficult to argue political ideologies against ethical or theological perspectives. Usually, these debates make little to no progress.
No. At least no member of the Libertarian Party has ever served in the US House of Representatives as a Libertarian. However, many congressmen have been sympathetic to Libertarian ideas and, in some cases, the Libertarian Party. A few examples follow: - Rep. Ron Paul, (R-TX) was the 1988 Libertarian presidential nominee and is currently campaigning for the 2008 GOP nomination. His philosophy is very similar to the Libertarian platform. - Rep. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) - Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA) - Former Rep. Bob Barr (R-GA) after leaving office, Mr. Barr has become a formal member of the Libertarian Party. - Former Rep. Tom Campbell (R-CA) - Former Rep. Barry Goldwater, Jr (R-CA) - Former Rep. Butch Otter (R-ID)