My dear friend . . . Joshua loved life with a contagious passion. He thought at levels well beyond his years. He wrote with an eloquence few writers ever acquire. And he laughed with a joy earned only through perfect virtue. His death is a monumental loss not only for those of us who knew and adored him, but for every person on Earth who values human ability, rationality, freedom, flourishing.I second that.
So, for the second time in a little over a year, Objectivism has lost a New Intellectual. We'll miss him.
John David Lewis, New Intellectual