The Nerve of Foley

The Nerve of Foley

By Frank Spearman There had been rumors all winter that the engineers were going to strike. Certainly we of the operating department had warning enough. Yet in the railroad life there is always friction in some quarter; the railroad man sleeps like the soldier, with...
Alive Even at Rest

Alive Even at Rest

A painting recommendation by by Lee Sandstead Ayn Rand opened The Fountainhead with these lines: “He stood naked at the edge of a cliff…He felt the wind behind him, in the hollow of his spine…He had come here for his only relaxation, to swim, to...

Goethe’s Faust

by Emmanuel Foroglou Goethe devoted the greatest part of his long productive life to the composition of “Faust,” his magnum opus and one of the greatest literary masterpieces ever written. In Goeth’s Faust, the central character Faust agrees to hand...
Linda Mann’s Paintings

Linda Mann’s Paintings

By Lee Sandstead Regarding art, Ayn Rand wrote that one’s psycho-epistemological sense of life is “an expression of that level of mental functioning on which the artist feels most at home.”1 Is consciousness active or passive? Is it efficacious or...

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