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The Intellectual Activist (Vol. 4, No. 17) [PDF]

Vol. 4, No. 17, contains the following: “Yellowstone’s Fire-Fuelers”: How environmentalism’s hostility toward the man-made barred people from fighting the Yellowstone Park fires. This issue also contains short notes. Publication date: October 7, 1988
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The Intellectual Activist (Vol. 4, No. 18) [PDF]

Vol. 4, No. 18, contains the following: “The ‘Anti-Liberal’ Campaign”: How the presidential race represents a rejection of the “liberal” label—but an embrace of liberalism’s substance. “Is Liberalism Dead?”: The pragmatic attempts to make liberalism “work” by putting it in non-ideological packaging. “The Presidential Candidates”: The Dukakis-Bush campaign as a...See More
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The Intellectual Activist (Vol. 4, No. 19) [PDF]

Vol. 4, No. 19, contains the following: “Metaphysics and the PLO”: The philosophic premise allowing our State Department to declare that terrorists are suddenly peace-lovers. “Atlas Shrugs, Feebly, In California”: The Nader-backed drive to destroy California’s insurance business, and the companies’ feeble efforts to defend their right to exist. This issue also...See More
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The Intellectual Activist (Vol. 4, No. 20) [PDF]

Vol. 4, No. 20, contains the following: “On Sanctioning the Sanctioners”: Why those who knowingly support enemies of reason and capitalism should themselves be deemed enemies. This issue also contains short notes. Publication date: February 27, 1989
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The Intellectual Activist (Vol. 5, No. 01) [PDF]

Vol. 5, No. 1, contains the following: “On Moral Sanctions”: Why the irrational survives only by feeding off the efforts, and the “tolerance,” of the rational. The implications with respect to cooperating with Libertarianism. This issue also contains short notes. Publication date: May 18, 1989
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The Intellectual Activist (Vol. 5, No. 02) [PDF]

Vol. 5, No. 2, contains the following: “The Value of the Flag”: Flag-burning and individual rights. The need not for subjective tolerance of all views, but for the objective commitment to the absolution of rational moral principles. This issue also contains short notes. Publication date: July 17, 1989
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The Intellectual Activist (Vol. 5, No. 03) [PDF]

Vol. 5, No. 3, contains the following: “Voluntary Servitude”: Congress attempts to compel “voluntary service”—as payment for living in a free country. This issue also contains short notes. Publication date: November 17, 1989
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The Intellectual Activist (Vol. 5, No. 04) [PDF]

Vol. 5, No. 4, contains the following: “Lithuania’s Plight”: The betrayal of Lithuania for the sake of Soviet “stability.” “The Rushdie Surrender”: Craven helplessness (with some exceptions) by America and the West in standing up to threats of censorship and murder from a medieval tyranny. This issue also contains short notes. Publication date: April 30, 1990
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The Intellectual Activist (Vol. 5, No. 05) [PDF]

Vol. 5, No. 5, contains the following: “Missing Principles on Iraq”: America’s compromising appeasement which encouraged Saddam Hussein’s brutality. This issue also contains short notes. Publication date: October 17, 1990
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The Intellectual Activist (Vol. 5, No. 06) [PDF]

Vol. 5, No. 6, contains the following: “A Final Announcement”: On TIA’s closing, and its re-opening in a new format. “U.S. Interests in the Persian Gulf”: The dichotomy between our clearly defined, successful military operations and our indecisive, self-contradictory foreign-policy goals in the Persian Gulf War. This issue also contains short notes. Publication...See More
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The Key to Successful Cooperation: Objectivity (MP3 download)

Many goals involve and require the cooperation of others, such as co-workers, family members and friends. But joint endeavors are often sabotaged by misunderstandings (and sometimes by bad behavior). To succeed with joint action, you need something rarely understood today: objectivity—objectivity both about yourself and about the other person. This talk explains how...See More
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The Logical Leap: Induction in Physics

Introduction by Leonard Peikoff. Inspired by and expanding on a series of lectures by Leonard Peikoff, David Harriman presents a fascinating answer to the problem of induction - that is, the epistemological question of how we know the truth of inductive generalizations. (Softcover; 272 pages)
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