Is Charles Koch an Objectivist?

Posted by terrycan 6 years, 1 month ago to Philosophy
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This recent interview with Charles Koch is a pleasure to watch. He describes himself as a "classic liberal." His definition appears to be a support of Objectivism. What do you think?
SOURCE URL: http://video.foxnews.com/v/4561118939001/charles-koch-opens-up-about-his-classical-liberal-views/?fb_ref=Default#sp=show-clips


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  • Posted by broskjold22 6 years, 1 month ago
    I think if Charles Koch was an Objectivist, he would have indicated this more explicitly. That said, stakeholders in Koch might be opposed to such an explicit reference, or there could be other reasons for him not to fully identify as an Objectivist publicly. In keeping with your comment, though, his definition of classical liberal does appear to be girded by rational (i.e. Objectivist) principles.
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