Robert Heinlein first and foremost wrote rollicking good stories that sold well. He was a commercial writer whose publishers made sure the story line made people keep turning the pages and buying the stories. He was very successful.
From his earliest works, even the Juveniles, he had a consistent philosophical basis for all of his works that in many respects was quite different of the prevailing popular philosophy of his time. This blog will explore those philosophical underpinnings of his stories.