In this wide-ranging interview, Yaron Brook discusses Ayn Rand’s achievements as a novelist-philosopher; the role of philosophy in history; Daniel Kahneman’s Thinking, Fast and Slow; why “the poor” only need freedom to rise; environmentalism; and more.
The Objectivist Academic Center is a distance-learning program designed for ambitious individuals pursuing careers in business, academia and public policy. This year, the OAC has really put the “distance” in distance learning.
If you picked up a melon that smells rotten, would you bite into it? Nor would I. When it comes to our media diet, the same thing applies: if a news story smells funky, that's a reason not to swallow it. But what does it take to sniff out unreliable news articles?
Anthem Foundation fellow and Rutgers University lecturer Gregory Salmieri has published an article, “Is Kant the Ideal Statement of Classical Liberalism?” in the October 2016 issue of Cato Unbound: A Journal of Debate.
In the days leading up to the historic 2016 election, six hundred conservatives, libertarians, Tea Party members and undecided voters gathered in Chicago at AM560’s Freedom Summit to discuss this year’s candidates and prepare for the road ahead. ARI was among the sponsors and participants.
In this installation of the Ayn Rand Institute’s new podcast series Inside “A Companion to Ayn Rand,” Don Watkins interviews Tara Smith, professor of philosophy at the University of Texas at Austin, on the chapter she authored, “Objective Law.”
In the latest installation of the Ayn Rand Institute’s new podcast series on A Companion to Ayn Rand, Don Watkins interviews Darryl Wright, professor of philosophy at Harvey Mudd College, on the chapter he authored “ ‘A Human Society’: Rand’s Social Philosophy.”