By Ayn Rand
This bundled set features a 14% discount on hardcover anthologies of Ayn Rand's three periodicals.
The Objectivist Newsletter (1962-65) (Hardcover)
This 224-page volume contains penetrating, philosophical dissection of events and ideas dominating our culture.
Among its contents: an elucidation of the two political issues with which the practical fight for freedom should begin; a moving tribute to Marilyn Monroe; illuminating reviews of books by authors as diverse as Victor Hugo and Mickey Spillane; and replies to questions about Objectivism in the "Intellectual Ammunition Department."
(Hardcover; 224 pages)
The Objectivist (1966-1971) (Hardcover)
Here are 69 issues of a monthly journal on the theory and application of Objectivism. This 1,114-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.
(Hardcover; 1,114 pages)
The Ayn Rand Letter (1971-1976) (Hardcover)
Why did Ayn Rand say that "the precondition of inflation is psycho-epistemological"? What philosophical lessons did she draw from America's disastrous involvement in Vietnam? Her superlative ability to untangle the intellectual significance of world events is displayed in full force in this 400-page volume.
(Hardcover; 400 pages)
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