In the third installment of Under the Surface, we interview people who have
fought for their values in the face of adversity and have come out on top.
Subjects interviewed discuss conflicts they have faced with parents,
coworkers, and mentors, and the attitudes they developed to live through and
rise above the conflict. Further they comment on the value of experiencing
one's own efficacy in the face of opposition, and the sense of efficacy that
comes from resolving conflicts and helping others share one's own
values--especially if one does not dwell on conflict and does not regard
oneself as one's brother's keeper.
Watch “Rethinking Selfishness: Ayn Rand’s New Conception of Egoism,” a lecture by Dr. Onkar Ghate to learn more: the-undercurrent.com/rethinking-selfishness-ayn-rands-new-conception-of-egoism-a-lecture-by-dr-onkar-ghate/