The questioner apparently also is having great difficulty finding anyone else in Charleston, SC, who knows something about Objectivism and is favorably disposed toward it.It certainly sounds as if the questioner is correct: relocate somewhere else, somewhere that is more likely to allow the questioner to meet fellow Objectivists of either gender and any marital status. Atlasphere founder Joshua Zader, 40, of Phoenix, says niche sites are more efficient than broader sites such as OKCupid or There, he found his dream date: a woman who also wanted to do logical cost-benefit analyses of every decision.I've already scoured dating websites, and I'm convinced I will have to move to find the sort of woman I am searching for. More information for this question: There are no O'ist clubs in the area. It is titled, The Selfish Path to Romance: How to Love with Passion & Reason, Inspired by the Ideas of Ayn Rand.
“If you assume that maybe 1 out of 500 people is a serious fan of Ayn Rand’s novels, on a normal dating site you have a 1 in 500 chance of someone sharing the same basic values,” he says.
Or perhaps by working someplace that encourages Objectivist values, like BB&T. Participate in some of the online Objectivist email lists. Attend talks by authors of books that reflect your values.
Write an Objectivist-oriented column for your local newspaper.
The real philosophy that stands behind a person's character is his sense of life, an emotional, intuitive complex of deep-seated value-judgments and orientations toward the world and others.
Most people do not act consistently on their conscious religion or philosophy, and indeed most do not really take abstract ideas very seriously.