Jeffrey Tucker’s tribute to dead philosopher more useful than political speech on race

Individualism has long appealed to me, and of late, I’ve been trying to study key figures who’ve written about it in the past. I practically wallowed in Ayn Rand for years, and of course did some reading on Thomas Hobbes. Via other writers’ works and essays, I bumped into Tibor R. Machan who passed away in 2016 as the US presidential election kicked into high gear with the energy of a muscle car blowing past my 176-horsepower vehicle on I-95. Continue reading “Jeffrey Tucker’s tribute to dead philosopher more useful than political speech on race”