Anthem (Centennial Edition)

In a regimented world, where the word "I" no longer exists, one defiant man rediscovers the meaning of individualism. (Paperback; 272 pages)
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Anthem (MP3 CD Audio Book)

Introduction by Leonard Peikoff. Read by Christopher Lane. Unabridged, professional reading. In a regimented world, where the word "I" no longer exists, one defiant man rediscovers the meaning of individualism.

Anthem Cliffs Notes (Booklet)

Cliffs Notes for "Anthem" presents an in-depth analysis of the novel's plot. (Booklet; 87 pages)
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Apollo and Dionysus (Free MP3 download)

In this 1969 lecture delivered at Boston’s Ford Hall Forum, Ayn Rand contrasts two prominent events from that summer’s news: the Apollo 11 moon landing and the Woodstock rock festival. Using the Greek gods Apollo and Dionysus as symbols of “the fundamental conflict of our age”—reason versus irrational emotion—Rand explores the mindsets of participants, commentators...See More

Aristotle and the Renaissance (MP3 download)

Ayn Rand wrote: "The Aristotelian revival in the thirteenth century brought men to the Renaissance." These lectures—which cover 500 years, from the rediscovery of Aristotle, to the end of the Renaissance—demonstrate the truth of this statement.

Aristotle as Ethicist (MP3 download)

This course is a survey of the essential content of Aristotle's ethics with a focus on his methodology. Students will see how an inductive approach to ethics leads Aristotle to identify the moral man as a proud "lover of self" who achieves happiness by exercising reason in every sphere of his life. Attention is also paid to why Aristotle makes some significant...See More

Aristotle For Objectivists (MP3 download)

Dr. Mayhew helps you to find the gems among the writings of the philosopher whom Ayn Rand held as the greatest in history - Aristotle.

Aristotle/Today's Intellectual State (MP3 download)

In this 1963 apperance on Columbia University’s campus radio station, Ayn Rand reviews Aristotle, a book by Columbia philosophy professor John Herman Randall, Jr. Praising its “concise, lucid presentation of Aristotle’s system,” Rand declares the book a “rare value,” despite its flaws. Throughout her review, Rand offers her own comments on various aspects of...See More

Aristotle: Father of Romanticism (MP3 download)

Could there have been a Romantic school of art if not for the ideas of Aristotle? These three classes address this intriguing question.

Aristotle’s Political Philosophy (MP3 download)

These three classes critically examine the essentials of Aristotle's political philosophy. They show that whatever Aristotle's flaws, the common view of him as a collectivist is false.

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