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“This incredible, medieval monstrosity”

“Lousy bastard,” “monster,” and “abysmal scum” … a few of Ayn Rand’s judgments on C. S. Lewis for his arguments in The Abolition of Man. Somewhat more vituperative than the judgment of Dr Lewis’ Master by Rand’s master Mises, but proceeding from the same principles. And yet Mises and Hazlitt and Rand continue to be read as doctors of economic science by too many American Christians, who in this regard might be proving Rand right in her claims of their irrationality.

By Peter Escalante

Peter Escalante is a founder and editor of The Calvinist International. He holds a MA in Philosophy.