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Roger E. Bissell's New Book: What's in Your File Folder?

I am delighted to celebrate with my dear friend Roger E. Bissell the publication of his new book What's in Your File Folder? Essays on the Nature and Logic of Propositions. It happens to coincide as well with the day, fifty years ago, that he met his wife, Elizabeth (Becky). I wish them at least another fifty years of love and happiness!

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So let me tell you What's in Roger's File Folder! A foreword written by me! Just an excerpt from that foreword will give readers an indication of what I think of Roger's wonderful new book:

[T]hese essays constitute a shot across the bow to the scoffers that Rand’s philosophy has nothing further to offer our culture---and a fitting example of the kind of body of work that can be built by someone with intelligence, insight, courage, and persistent effort. They are the work of an independent intellectual who acknowledges the ideas of those upon which he builds, while daring to evolve both in self-critical fashion and in terms of "thinking outside the box." They are the work of an original thinker whose contributions have been profoundly underappreciated but whose impact, I predict, will be felt for many years to come.

You want to know more about the book!? Well, then, get to it! Check it out here.