By Ayn Rand
Here are 69 issues of a monthly journal on the theory and application of Objectivism. This 1,120-page volume covers a fascinating range of issues -- from a radical analysis of the nature of concepts to a piercing description of life for dissidents in Soviet Russia, from an examination of the requirements of mental health to an intriguing explanation of why Calumet "K" was Ayn Rand's favorite novel.
Special Bonus: Six pages of the essay, "The Rational Faculty," from her personal journal of 1945, revealing her "thinking out loud" about the crucial philosophic link between individualism and reason.
(Hardcover; 1,120 pages)
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