The main purpose of the Project is to create a quality study resource for future generations of readers. But we also hope that in developing study resources that generate discussion online, we will help foster the creation of local, in-person discussion groups, groups that might become the seeds for future Objectivist community groups.
“The creation of John Galt was Ayn Rand’s life story,” said Shoshana Milgram, “and telling about it allowed me to spend time not only with the character she brought to life but with the process of dramatization.” To celebrate the 60th publication anniversary of Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged, we’re talking to the authors of chapters in Robert Mayhew’s book Essays on Ayn Rand’s “Atlas Shrugged.”
ARI invites you to our ninth annual Atlas Shrugged Revolution Dinner. Join guest of honor John Allison, ARI executive chairman Yaron Brook and ARI CEO Jim Brown as we celebrate the 60th anniversary of the publication of Atlas Shrugged, announce the 2017 Atlas Shrugged essay contest winner and launch the campaign for our latest initiative, the Campaign for the Moral Defense of Finance and Capitalism.
This October marks the 60th anniversary of the publication of Atlas Shrugged, Ayn Rand’s magnum opus. In celebration of this anniversary, ARI is sponsoring The Atlas Project, an online discussion group about the book.
In this short course, philosopher Robert Mayhew presents Ayn Rand’s conception of humor and shows its connection to basic issues in Objectivism such as metaphysical value-judgments, the metaphysical versus the man-made, and the benevolent universe premise.
“Does Silicon Valley Need Even More Ayn Rand to Fix Its Ethical Crisis?” That’s the title of a recent interview with Yaron Brook, executive chairman of the Ayn Rand Institute, in online publication Quartz.
The theatrical reading of Ayn Rand’s We the Living, and the accompanying panel discussion, featuring ARI’s Onkar Ghate, will be brought to you live from the Cato Institute’s Hayek Auditorium, today, July 11, at 6:45 p.m. Eastern. Watch here.