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Or am I wrong in that premise: "Objectivism focus an solo-strategy and veer away from team strategy"?

Is commitment to a goal difficult for an objectivist in a team-situation?

Is Objectivism opposed to teamwork for common goals, along with relinquishing of some autonomy, for the fulfilment of those goals?

Is collective a team of free-individuals? Is a collective a team-strategy individualism?

asked Dec 27 '11 at 22:17

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edited Dec 28 '11 at 02:03

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Objectivism is not opposed to teamwork. Next.

answered Dec 27 '11 at 22:41

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Is a collective a team?

(Dec 27 '11 at 22:43) Adeikov Adeikov's gravatar image
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Adeikov, please consider a multinational corporation. Does that count as a team effort? How about a strong national government? How about a marketplace with millions of individuals acting and interacting in concert? How about the construction, maintenance, and use of a certain world wide web built up of billions of servers talking through countless interconnecting subnetworks using common protocols, languages, and currencies?

These are all collective efforts, some staggering in scope, and all of them are ENTHUSIASTICALLY promoted by and even participated in by Objectivists.

(Dec 28 '11 at 03:25) Greg Perkins ♦♦ Greg%20Perkins's gravatar image

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