By Ayn Rand
Additional entries by Leonard Peikoff and Harry Binswanger
(Edited by Allison T. Kunze and Jean F. Moroney)
Have you ever wanted quickly to find Ayn Rand's definition of say, "axiom" or "racism" or the "crow epistemology"? This glossary now enables you to do so.
Offering formal definitions of concepts as well as succinct statements of philosophic principles, this reference guide provides the meanings of over 250 key terms in Objectivism. The entries are meticulously compiled from Ayn Rand's entire written corpus, and from Leonard Peikoff's Objectivism: The Philosophy of Ayn Rand and selected lecture courses by him. (Some entries also come from material by Harry Binswanger.)
The editors have produced a wonderfully convenient handbook for anyone interested in Objectivism. You will find yourself turning to its pages again and again.
(Booklet; 60 pages)