Saturday, 28 November 2015


What’s up?
Rand’s utopian perspectives of objectivism direct us in the sense of a world that no wrong should or could be done to another if all is in a perfect objective state. At the same time, it promotes highly egoistic individualism values on the quest for self-satisfaction through perceptive reasoning for a free competitive political and economic world that promotes highly rated individual liberties which are only restricted within the individual’s perceptive mind and not necessarily in respect to others.
  • If the individual’s perceptive reasoning is of no real objectivist value to a third party, how then can mutuality and reciprocity be appreciated towards peaceful development initiatives?

What’s Down?
As unrealistic as Rand’s objectivism concept for peace may seem, the one important note to take home is that it serves to pull the individual under the judicial jurisdiction of his/her ethical moral conscience. Yet, this is still another problematic―owing that, the values of different persons’ consciences may not be equal because all persons were not nurtured and/or cultivated in the society following the same principles and no two persons have exactly the same thoughts.
  1. If certain values are considered a reality in one society and are not accepted as such in another, how can peace building moves be possible between such societies?
  2. The deployment of reciprocity issues within a conflict moment kills the value of tolerance and may ignite more injury than expected, what does it take therefore to appease mutually injured conflicting parties?
  3. When strict objectivism seems unachievable, uncontrolled reciprocity troublesome and direct mutuality dubious, what else do we have to ascertain peace in a post-conflict situation?

However, peaceful objectivism remains the most precious value in human development discourses, because in one way or the other, it sets in the pace for a more realist and durable peace mechanism since it has to do with the individual’s, rather than an institutional perception of durable peace. (Institutions only set the pace for the fulfillment of individual goals―thus, achieving such goals at the individual level provides for the reality dream in its self)     
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