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Essays on Ayn Rand's "Anthem"

Edited by Robert Mayhew. In this first book-length study of Ayn Rand's anti-utopia "Anthem", essays explore the historical, literary, and philosophical themes presiding in this novella written in opposition to the totalitarianism of the Soviet Union (and Nazi Germany). (Softcover; 360 pages)
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Essays on Ayn Rand's "Atlas Shrugged"

Edited by Robert Mayhew. This is the first scholarly study of "Atlas Shrugged", covering in detail the historical, literary, and philosophical aspects of Ayn Rand's magnum opus. Topics explored in depth include the history behind the novel's creation, publication, and reception; its nature as a romantic novel; and its presentation of a radical new...See More
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Free Will (MP3 download)

Ayn Rand is the first philosopher to recognize that the free will is at the root of not only ethics but also epistemology. By identifying that “Man is a being of volitional consciousness,” that one’s choice to think or not is an act of free will, she revolutionized our understanding of the relationship of consciousness to existence.
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Free Will and Values (MP3 download)

One of Objectivism’s most striking and distinctive tenets is the principle of mind-body integration. Rejecting both materialism and idealism, Ayn Rand showed that “man is an indivisible entity, an integrated unit of two attributes: of matter and consciousness, and. . .he may permit no breach between body and mind.” But because man has free will, such a breach is...See More
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General Questions & Answers (MP3 download)

Dr. Binswanger masterfully answers questions on a broad range of issues, including: whether parents have a legal obligation to send their children to school; the meaninglessness of the idea of human “instincts” -- in sex and elsewhere; the irrationality of the “Bell Curve” approach to race and intelligence; and how to undo bad psycho-epistemological habits.
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Glossary of Objectivist Definitions (Booklet)

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. (Booklet; 60 pages)
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How Goes the Battle? (MP3 download)

Since the publication of Atlas Shrugged, Objectivism has been engaged in an epochal battle with the Kantian philosophy of the intellectuals and its cultural manifestations.
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How to Study Ayn Rand's Writings (MP3 download)

Ayn Rand wrote lucid, vibrant prose, which doesn’t require clarification. But her writings can be understood on different levels, and mining them fully is a demanding enterprise. How to aid and accelerate the process of gaining a deeper understanding is the subject of this illuminating lecture.
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How We Know (Hardcover)

Can man achieve rational certainty, or is he doomed to perpetual doubt?
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Introduction to Logic (Hardcover)

First published in 1906, this is a very advanced and very brilliant work on the philosophy of logic, in the Aristotelian tradition. (Hardcover; 608 pages)
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