In his first interview, Ayn Rand Institute’s new CEO, Jim Brown, talked exclusively at his office in Irvine, California with Scott Holleran.
The Letters of Ayn Rand is like an intellectual biography of Ayn Rand.
Peikoff deserves praise for identifying the philosophical roots of totalitarianism.
Anoop Verma reviews “Explaining Postmodernism: Skepticism and Socialism from Rousseau to Foucault” by Stephen Hicks
Harry Binswanger’s How We Know – Epistemology On An Objectivist Foundation (TOF Publications) is aimed at exposing the root causes of bad epistemology, and bringing clarity to the crucial questions: What is knowledge? How is it acquired? How is it validated? To a large extent, the material that Binswanger has presented was originated by Ayn Rand.
Whether you believe that acting morally costs or pays depends on your view of morality.
To make selfishness, or self-interest, unpalatable and to promote altruism instead, the majority of philosophers misrepresent self-interest as a package-deal.
How is it possible that business students—some of them with significant business experience—have never heard of the moral code of rational egoism?