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Ayn Rand Student Conference Europe 2019 in Prague

Join the Ayn Rand Institute for their first ever European conference Ayn Rand Student Conference Europe 2019, February 15 to 17 in Prague, the Czech Republic. Don’t miss our first ever Ayn Rand Student Conference Europe (#AynRandConEurope). This weekend conference brings together students and non-students alike; everyone intrigued and inspired by Ayn Rand’s books and philosophy is welcome. With tribalism on the rise across our culture—in politics, psychology, philosophy, science, law, ethics—the theme of the conference could not be timelier: “Individualism in an Age of Tribalism.” Yaron Brook, Onkar Ghate, Lars Christensen, Flemming Rose, Douglas Murray, Gregory Salmieri, and other experts… Read More »Ayn Rand Student Conference Europe 2019 in Prague

Pinker’s “Enlightenment Now” Mischaracterizes Ayn Rand’s Views on Ethics and Nietzsche

Jason Crawford has written an extended summary of Steven Pinker’s new book Enlightenment Now: The Case for Reason, Science, Humanism, and Progress over at his blog Roots of Progress: Enlightenment Now is just what the world needs right now. It is a defense of the ideas and values that have created the modern world, and a defense of that world itself. I don’t agree with every word of it, but I agree with its theme and essence. The weakest aspect of the book, to me, is its morality. “Humanism” is a great start, because it sets the right standard: human life and everything… Read More »Pinker’s “Enlightenment Now” Mischaracterizes Ayn Rand’s Views on Ethics and Nietzsche

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