Too funny. Ayn Rand’s notes on C S Lewis
Well, now we know what Ayn Rand thought of C.S. Lewis. In her marginal notes on a copy of Lewis’ Abolition of Man, Ayn Rand lets her hysterical atheism loose.
It is unbelievable, but this monster literally thinks that to give men new knowledge is to gain power(!) over them. The cheap, awful, miserable, touchy, social-metaphysical mediocrity!
This is really an old fool – and nothing more!
The lousy bastard who is a pickpocket of concepts, not a thief, which is too big a word for him.
The cheap, drivelling non-entity!
One of the commenters at First Thoughts neatly sums it up, “Gosh, she was stupid.”