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Essays on Ayn Rand's "We the Living"

Edited by Robert Mayhew. This is the first book-length study of Ayn Rand's first novel, which was published in 1936 - ten years after she left Soviet Russia, and during America's "Red Decade." Essays deal with historical, literary and philosophical themes. (Softcover; 369 pages)
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Fifty Years Since the First Objectivist Periodical: Objectivism as a Philosophy for Living on Earth (MP3 download)

In January 1962, Ayn Rand launched The Objectivist Newsletter, serving as co-editor, co-publisher and author of leading articles in each issue. Later that year, she inaugurated a weekly column in the Los Angeles Times. What were her goals for each publication? How, over time, did the original plans change? How did each venture provide opportunities to explain the...See More
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Filming "The Fountainhead": Ayn Rand’s First Plan (MP3 download)

After Warner Brothers met Ayn Rand’s asking price for the rights to The Fountainhead, she worked to adapt her novel for the screen. Her first script, which included a Stoddard Temple sequence, was more than twice as long as the shooting script. In the years that followed, she accepted changes only if they did not betray her story, ideas or hero. In her fight for...See More
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How to Study Ayn Rand's Writings (MP3 download)

Ayn Rand wrote lucid, vibrant prose, which doesn’t require clarification. But her writings can be understood on different levels, and mining them fully is a demanding enterprise. How to aid and accelerate the process of gaining a deeper understanding is the subject of this illuminating lecture.
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No Tributes to Caesar: Good or Evil in Atlas Shrugged (MP3 download)

This lecture examines the mutually exclusive nature of the life or death alternative as presented in Atlas Shrugged. By probing what it takes to truly love one’s life and what it means to accept the death premise, it validates Francisco’s claim that a man’s existence permits “no tributes to Caesar.” This explains the heroes’ seemingly “harsh” actions, as well as the...See More
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Objectivism in One Lesson: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Ayn Rand

This book seeks to show that Ayn Rand’s philosophy, on every question, topic, and issue, from its commitment to logic to its advocacy of selfishness to its championing of laissez-faire capitalism, to every other, is integrated around one unifying theme: man’s rational mind is his sole means of gaining knowledge, survival, and happiness. This is what Bernstein...See More
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Objectivism: The Philosophy of Ayn Rand

"The book presents Ayn Rand's entire philosophy, building it up step by step from its axiomatic base to its value-implications for man's life." - Harry Binswanger in "The Intellectual Activist". (Softcover; 493 pages)
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Objectivism: The Philosophy of Ayn Rand (CD Audio Book)

Read by Johanna Ward. Unabridged, professional reading. This brilliantly conceived and well-organized book is based on a lecture course given by Dr. Leonard Peikoff in 1976 entitled "The Philosophy of Objectivism." The lectures were attended by Ayn Rand, who helped prepare them and who also joined Peikoff in answering questions.
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Objectivism: The Philosophy of Ayn Rand (MP3 CD Audio Book)

Read by Johanna Ward. Unabridged, professional reading. This brilliantly conceived and well-organized book is based on a lecture course given by Dr. Leonard Peikoff in 1976 entitled "The Philosophy of Objectivism." The lectures were attended by Ayn Rand, who helped prepare them and who also joined Peikoff in answering questions.
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Panel Discussion on Expanded Edition of Essays on Ayn Rand’s “We the Living” (MP3 download)

Shoshana Milgram, Robert Mayhew and Onkar Ghate discuss the chapters they have written for the forthcoming expanded edition of Essays on Ayn Rand’s “We the Living,” edited by Dr. Mayhew. Dr. Milgram considers Ayn Rand’s university studies in philosophy and her later references to her courses and textbooks; Dr. Ghate writes about Leo Kovalensky; and Dr. Mayhew...See More
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Panel: Celebrating Two New Works of Scholarship (MP3 download)

This panel event celebrates and discusses two new scholarly works related to Objectivism: Tara Smith’s Judicial Review in an Objective Legal System and the multi-author volume A Companion to Ayn Rand, edited by Allan Gotthelf and Gregory Salmieri. The program will begin with Robert Mayhew interviewing Smith and Salmieri about their respective books. Then other...See More
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Savoring Ayn Rand's "Red Pawn" (MP3 download)

Ayn Rand's movie scenario "Red Pawn" is arguably the most dramatic of her early works of fiction. This course aims to raise the reader's enjoyment of "Red Pawn" by analyzing it and to teach the rudiments of literary analysis using this work as the model.
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