Author archives: Brishon Martin
Brishon Marie Martin, a Contributing Editor to Savvy Street, is a scholar whose interest in what she now calls “The Science of Happiness” started when she was six years old. The first book she ever read was “Atlas Shrugged,” the longest deeply philosophical novel ever written. In the nineties, she wrote a 3 hour screenplay adaptation of this novel. After ending her career as a professional model in her twenties, Brishon has continued to deepen her knowledge in philosophy and psychology. She is currently working on: A paper on the meta-ethics problems inherent in Objectivism, co-authored with John Yokela; and on contributing to, and critiquing, a forthcoming book on an objective ethics and meta-ethics, co-authored by Vinay Kolhatkar and John Yokela.