By Harry Binswanger and Allan Gotthelf
In an informal talk at ARI’s Ayn Rand Centenary celebration in New York City, Harry Binswanger and Allan Gotthelf reminisce about personal experiences each had with Ayn Rand, focusing on incidents that illustrate her character and personality. Topics range from cats to concepts, from the paintings in her apartment to her love of Aristotle, from her Scrabble-playing to her own readings of Atlas Shrugged, from her quick wit and stunning insightfulness to her passionate intensity and her inspiring presence.
This talk was recorded on April 23, 2005 in New York, NY.
(MP3 download; 69 min., with Q & A, 49.82 MB)