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Objectivism says that reality is objective, not subjective, and that reason, not faith or anything else, is man's only means of gaining knowledge. This, then, logically leads to a particular view regarding man's fundamental nature...
Man is a rational being, whose basic choice is, as Ayn Rand wrote, paraphrasing Shakespeare's Hamlet, "to think or not to think."