The Philosophic Thought of Ayn Rand ebook
by Douglas J. Den Uyl,Douglas B. Rasmussen
Ayn Rand has inspired thousands of young people to further study of economic and political liberty-and to. .The mainstream of thought needs her contribution. The Philosophic Thought of Ayn Rand deals with the substance of Rand’s thought.
Ayn Rand has inspired thousands of young people to further study of economic and political liberty-and to professional careers in philosophy and other disciplines. Her novels gave readers examples of real heroes in a time when the heroic in man was being disparaged, and set up standards of truth and right in an age of relativism. It is a valuable beginning by serious phi losophers at the important task of evaluating, describing, and developing Rand’s philosophy, in a dispassionate, objective manner.
It includes essays by nine different authors covering Rand's views in various areas of philosophy.
The Philosophic Thought of Ayn Rand at Library of Congress.
The Philosophic Thought of Ayn Rand gathers contributions from professional philosophers (some of them quite renowned) to tackle the various components -- ological, ethical, and social/political -- of Rand's comprehensive system.
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Douglas J. Den Uyl is vice president of educational programs at Liberty . Den Uyl is vice president of educational programs at Liberty Fund. Each section starts with an essay by Den Uyl and Rasmussen, followed by essays from other contributors. The first section covers metaphysics and epistemology. However, he noted that the book assumed that the reader had "considerable background in general philosophy". Den Uyl Douglas B. Rasmussen. United States ^ at the Library of CongressThe Philosophic Thought of Ayn Rand. The book is divided into three sections that represent different areas of philosophy addressed in Rand's thought. It includes essays by Wallace Matson and Robert Hollinger. at the Library of CongressThe Philosophic Thought of Ayn Rand. Baetjer, J. Howard (November 1984). The Freeman 43 (11): 703.
Douglas Rasmussen: What can libertarians learn from Aristotle? . Гость Александр Градский.