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This course was adapted from a series of lectures on the history of Western philosophy given by Dr. Leonard Peikoff to fans of Ayn Rand in the early 1970s.

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This course applies the principles of Objectivism to the question of how to present ideas effectively. Based on a ten-lecture course given in 1980 by Dr. Leonard Peikoff, this course identifies certain principles of intellectual communication and applies them to three areas: writing, speaking and arguing.

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This course will answer the following questions. What is philosophy? Why and how is it relevant to my life?

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This course is an in-depth treatment of three important issues in Ayn Randís moral philosophy: the virtue of justice, the evil of the initiation of physical force, and the virtue of independence.

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Anthem is Randís novella about a young man, Equality 7-2521, who passionately wants to understand how the world works.

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Grammar is the science that studies the methods of combining words into sentences. Discover how this normally dry subject is transformed into an engrossing epistemological field of study.

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This course presents an account of the philosophy of education from an Objectivist perspective. The course is adapted from recorded lectures that Dr. Leonard Peikoff gave at a conference for fans of Ayn Rand in 1985.

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Although Marxism as a political system has now been widely repudiated, it remains an intellectual force in the universities. These classes examine Marxism as a secular version of the Judeo-Christian redemption saga.

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Ayn Rand held that art is an indispensable need of human life, an irreplaceable form of spiritual refueling.

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This is Ayn Randís flagship talk on capitalism. In this 1967 lecture, Rand gives an in-depth explanation of what capitalism is, why it is often misunderstood, and why it is the only social system consonant with manís nature.

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