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  • Objectivist Center
    Devoted to the ideal of a new culture that affirms the Objectivist values elucidated by Ayn Rand of reason, individualism, freedom, and achievement.
  • Rand, Ayn (1905-1982) (21)
    Find sites about Ayn Rand, the American novelist and philosopher who wrote the novels We the Living, The Fountainhead, Atlas Shrugged, and the novella Anthem. Sites feature biography, literary work, ideology, essays, documentary, and quotes of the writer who developed the philosophy of Objectivism.
  • Intellectual Activist
    Analysis of current ideas and issues from an objectivist standpoint.
  • Second Renaissance Conferences
    Offering events and conferences with lectures and courses on Ayn Rand's philosophy, Objectivism, general philosophy, capitalist economics, history, law, and the arts.
  • Aristos
    Journal that advocates objective standards in arts scholarship and criticism, standing in opposition to modernism, post-modernism, and the avant garde.
    Source for the works of Ayn Rand.
  • Daily Objectivist, The
    Updated daily with news and information on Objectivism.
  • Objectivist Issues In Medicine
    Philosophical forum that discusses health care related issues in an objectivist context.
  • Rattigan Society, The
    Aims to promote gay and lesbian visibility to the general Objectivist community.
  • Objectivist Intepretations of Movies
    For Objectivists to read and write film reviews from an Objectivist viewpoint.
  • Association for Objective Law, The (TAFOL)
    An organization formed to advance objectivism, the philosophy of Ayn Rand, as the basis of a proper legal system.
  • Become an Objectivist in Ten Easy Steps
    With illustrations.
  • American Individualist, The
    Commentary about current political and social events from an objectivist perspective by Joseph Kellard.

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