Ragnar Danneskjöld is a character in Ayn Rand’s “Atlas Shrugged” (originally published in 1957) and is making a comeback in the upcoming film: Atlas Shrugged Part 3: Who is John Galt?
Ragnar is a pirate. He robs and sinks “looter” ships - “government relief ships, subsidy ships, loan ships, gift ships, every vessel with a cargo of goods taken by force from some men for the unpaid, unearned benefit of others”. He never attacks or sinks private ships or military vessels. He sells the cargo for gold and puts that gold into accounts for the producers (men and women) from whom the goods were initially taken.
Before becoming a pirate, he was a student of philosophy and physics at Patrick Henry University. He studied under Dr. Robert Stadler (head of the department of physics) and Dr. Hugh Akston (head of the department of philosophy). He went to school with Francisco d’Anconia and John Galt. He was planning to be a philosopher. His life prior to college isn’t discussed much but he was an European aristocrat and at one point he says his father was a bishop.
Physically he is very good looking. Tall with hard, proud features and the “scornful mouth of a viking statue.” He has gold blond hair. His appearance is often described as perfection.
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