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  2. Ayn Rand (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

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    1. Introduction 1.1 Ayn Rand and Philosophy. In Rand’s own words, her first and greatest love, her “life purpose”, was “the creation of the kind of world … that represents human perfection”, while her interest in philosophical knowledge was “only” for the sake of this purpose (Journal entry for 4 May 1946; in 1997: 479). []

  3. Ayn Rand was a major intellectual of the twentieth century. Born in Russia in 1905 and educated there, she immigrated to the United States after graduating from university. Upon becoming proficient in English and establishing herself as a writer of fiction, she became well-known as a passionate advocate of a philosophy she called Objectivism.

  4. Here's What's Wrong With Ayn Rand's Philosophy - The ...

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    Endnotes. 1 See Ayn Rand, “This is John Galt Speaking,” in Ayn Rand, For the New Intellectual (New York: Signet, 1961), esp. 124–52.. 2 See “For the New Intellectual”; Ayn Rand, “This is John Galt Speaking,” in For the New Intellectual; and Rand, Introduction to Objectivist Epistemology, 2nd ed., edited by Harry Binswanger and Leonard Peikoff (New York: Penguin, 1990).

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

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    Author Ayn Rand wrote the best-selling books 'The Fountainhead' and 'Atlas Shrugged,' and promoted the philosophy of Objectivism.

  6. Ayn Rand Institute

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    Ayn Rand, “The Meaning of Sex,” For the New Intellectual “The motive and purpose of my writing is the projection of an ideal man . The portrayal of a moral ideal, as my ultimate literary goal, as an end in itself — to which any didactic, intellectual or philosophical values contained in a novel are only the means.”

  7. The Virtue of Selfishness - Wikipedia

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    The idea of creating a collection of Rand's essays initially came from Bennett Cerf of Random House, who had published two of Rand's previous books, Atlas Shrugged and For the New Intellectual. Rand proposed a collection of articles to be titled The Fascist New Frontier , after a Ford Hall Forum speech she had given criticizing the views of ...

  8. 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.

  9. THE FOUNTAINHEAD by Ayn Rand

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    "But neither politics nor ethics nor philosophy is an end in itself, neither in life nor in literature. Only Man is an end in himself." Are there any substantial changes I would want to make in The Fountainhead? No--and, therefore, I have left its text untouched. I want it to stand as it was written.

  10. Essay Contests - AynRand.org

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    Essays must be submitted online by 11:59 p.m. Pacific Time of the entry deadline. The Ayn Rand Institute has the right to provide contest deadline extensions on a case-by-case basis when deemed appropriate. Employees of the Ayn Rand Institute, its board of directors and their immediate family members are not eligible to participate in this contest.

  11. What Is Objectivism? - The Objective Standard

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    The politics of freedom is the politics of self-interest; it cannot be defended with the ethics of self-sacrifice—or with a philosophy of unreason, unreality, or “super-nature”—or with no philosophy at all. Objectivists are not conservatives, but, as Rand put it, “radicals for capitalism” (i.e., advocates of its root or foundation ...