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In Defense of Selfishness: Why the Code of Self-Sacrifice Is Unjust and Destructive

There is one central, non-controversial idea we’re taught about morality—that self-sacrifice is a virtue. What if it’s wrong? From childhood, we are told that serving the needs of others, rather than our own, is the essence of morality and the way to achieve social harmony. To be ethical—it is believed—is to be altruistic. Even questioning this notion is regarded...See More
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Integration by Essentials (MP3 download)

Cognitive integration is the key to human knowledge. This talk examines the key to integration: the identification of essentials.
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Libertarianism: The Perversion of Liberty (Booklet)

A devastating analysis of why Libertarianism and liberty are antithetical ideas. (Booklet; 64 pages)
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Multiculturalism and the Anti-Conceptual Mentality (MP3 download)

Multiculturalism represents a return to primitivism—not only politically, but epistemologically, as conceptual thinking itself is denounced.
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New Primitivism: Today's Attacks on Reason and Individualism (MP3 download)

The stagnant oppressiveness of the medieval era was the result of a philosophy that inculcated a primitive mentality—a mentality that cowered before the forces of nature and that obediently followed the dictates of mystical authorities.
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Objectively Speaking: Ayn Rand Interviewed

Edited by Marlene Podritske and Peter Schwartz Half a century of print and broadcast interviews of Ayn Rand are included in this collection of print interviews from the 1930s and 1940s, and edited transcripts of radio and television interviews from the 1950s through 1981. (Softcover; 276 pages)
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Objectivity In Journalism (MP3 download)

This lecture addresses these questions and explains the proper relationship between a journalist’s ideas and his reporting.
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Our Culture of “Package-Dealing” (MP3 download)

Today the proliferation of bad ideas occurs primarily not by outright falsehoods, but by a certain type of falsehood: the “package-deal”—an attempt to integrate by non-essentials. Covering such terms as “stakeholder,” “judgmental,” “simplistic,” “pluralism” and “sexism,” Peter Schwartz shows not only how “package-dealing” is rife in our culture, but why this...See More
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Panel Discussion on Foreign Policy and Terrorism (2002) (MP3 download)

This roundtable discussion on terrorism was recorded at the 2002 East Coast Conference in Vienna, Virginia. It features a hard-hitting discussion on terrorism, the Middle East, the factors causing terrorism and a solution to the terrorism problem.
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Panel on Terrorism and War (2004) (MP3 download)

In this wide-ranging discussion, Dr. Brook and Mr. Schwartz draw upon their expertise in foreign policy to evaluate the current state of the war on terrorism, the situation in China and a host of other international issues of concern. (Recorded at the Objectivist Summer Conference in July 2004.)
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