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  2. AynRand.org is the official website of the Ayn Rand Institute (ARI), the source for information on the life, writings and work of novelist-philosopher Ayn Rand. Headquartered in Santa Ana, California, ARI offers educational experiences based on Ayn Rand’s books and ideas for a variety of audiences, including students, educators, policymakers ...

  3. Ayn Rand Lexicon

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    The Ayn Rand Lexicon: Objectivism from A to Z. This mini-encyclopedia of Objectivism is com­piled from Ayn Rand’s state­ments on some 400 topics in philosophy, economics, psychology and history. Quote of the Day; About the Lexicon Introduction by Leonard Peikoff; Preface by Harry Binswanger; Conceptual Index; About the Editor. About Ayn ...

  4. Atlas Shrugged: Rand, Ayn: 9780451191144: Books

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    Ayn Rand's first novel, We the Living, was published in 1936, followed by Anthem. With the publication of The Fountainhead in 1943, she achieved spectacular and enduring success. Rand's unique philosophy, Objectivism, has gained a worldwide audience and maintains a lasting influence on popular thought.

  5. Ayn Rand - Books, Quotes & Philosophy - Biography

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    Early Years Ayn Rand was born Alissa Zinovievna Rosenbaum on February 2, 1905, in St. Petersburg, Russia. The oldest daughter of Jewish parents (and eventually an avowed atheist), she spent her ...

  6. Ayn Rand – Wikipedia

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    Ayn Rand [ˈaɪn ˈrænd], bürgerlich Alice O’Connor, geboren als Alissa Sinowjewna Rosenbaum, russisch Алиса Зиновьевна Розенбаум, wissenschaftliche Transliteration Alisa Zinov’evna Rozenbaum (20.

  7. The Ayn Rand Institute makes that happen every day. We encourage young people to read Ayn Rand and become passionate about her ideas through educational programs, articles, talks, blog posts and social media. Ayn Rand’s philosophy offers a much-needed antidote to the present culture.

  8. Objectivism - Wikipedia

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    Objectivism is a philosophical system developed by Russian-American writer Ayn Rand.Rand first expressed Objectivism in her fiction, most notably The Fountainhead (1943) and Atlas Shrugged (1957), and later in non-fiction essays and books.

  9. Ayn RandWikipedia, wolna encyklopedia

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    Ayn Rand zmarła 6 marca 1982 r. w swoim mieszkaniu w Nowym Jorku na niewydolność serca. Jej spadkobiercą został długoletni przyjaciel Rand, Leonard Peikoff, założyciel Instytutu Ayn Rand (Ayn Rand Institute), zajmującego się promowaniem filozofii obiektywizmu. Filozofia

  10. The Passion of Ayn Rand (film) - Wikipedia

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    The Passion of Ayn Rand is a 1999 television film directed by Christopher Menaul. It is based on the book of the same name by Barbara Branden (one of Rand's former associates and Nathaniel Branden's first wife). The screenplay is written by Howard Korder and Mary Gallagher.

  11. Ayn Rand’s Radical Case for Abortion Rights

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    Ayn Rand, “A Last Survey – Part I,” The Ayn Rand Letter (December 1975): 383. Rand, “Last Survey.” Ayn Rand, “The Age of Mediocrity,” (Ford Hall Forum, 1981, edited transcript in Harry Binswanger (ed.), The Objectivist Forum (June 1981): 3). There is a good amount of evidence that Rand is right about this.