Anyone read anything by him? Please give me your thoughts and criticisms of his work. I'm currently working on 'The Psychology of Self Esteem' and I believe this book is going to be instrumental in getting people to become truly empowered libertarians. It'll help you figure out your psychology from an objectivist outlook, and I daresay it's a lot more "objective" and "rational" than conventional psychology, which mostly holds that psychology is the study of unknowable and unreasonable instincts (determinism and the like, that man is a robot with the illusion of free will). Molyneux made a good call to recommend him, in my humble opinion:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dM21g10csv4
His comments on NB start at 14:15, but I recommend watching it all if you haven't seen it already.
Anyway, as I read more I'll be posting profound whatever I get out of the book, so stay tuned. And don't forget to leave your thoughts as well.