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Objectivism Resource Guide FAQ



Frequently Asked Questions about Objectivism Resource Guide.

This FAQ about Objectivism Resource Guide was compiled and written by Jay Andrew Allen jallen@ingress.com with numerous contributions by others.

-1.1 What this list is, why it was created (Objectivism Resource Guide)
This list is a compendium of books, organizations, clubs, and businesses ...
-2.1 Disclaimers (Objectivism Resource Guide)
This list is in no way connected to or endorsed by The Ayn Rand Institute or ...
-2.2 Copyright and availability (Objectivism Resource Guide)
This list is available for free distribution across the world-wide Internet --...
-2.3 Sources and thanks (Objectivism Resource Guide)
The list is a compilation of organizations, etc. gathered by myself over ...
-3 Objectivism (Objectivism Resource Guide)
Chris Walker's Objectivism FAQ contains a short summary of Objectivism. A ...
-4.1 The Atlantean Press Review (Objectivism publications)
The Atlantean Press Review is a magazine devoted to printing the latest ...
-4.2 Atlantis: An Objectivist Symposium (Objectivism publications)
Described as a medium of exchange of rational ideas. For more information,...
-4.3 The Intellectual Activist (Objectivism publications)
The Intellectual Activist began at the tail end of the 70's as a ...
-4.4 Lyceum (Objectivism publications)
Lyceum is the newsletter of Foreningen for Objektivismen (9.8). ...
-4.5 Objektivistisk Skriftserie (Objectivism publications)
Objektivistisk Skriftserie is an Objectivist series of occasional papers ...
-4.6 The Objectivist Forum (1980-1987) (Objectivism publications)
The Objectivist Forum was a magazine edited by Dr. Harry Binswanger, with ...
-4.7 The Objectivist Newsletter; The Objectivist; The Ayn Rand Letter (1962-1976)
These were the magazines owned and edited by Ayn Rand. They are all available ...
-5.1 Capitalism, Inc. (Objectivism products and services)
Capitalism Inc. sells many unique products advertising Objectivist positions ...
-5.2 Peikoff Lectures (Out of Business) (Objectivism products and services)
Peikoff Lectures rented Dr. Peikoff's taped lecture courses. Lectures ...
-5.3 RIC Trading Company (Objectivism products and services)
RIC Trading Company offers products that support and encourage ...
-5.4 Second Renaissance Books -- Ideas For the Rational Mind (Objectivism products and services)
Second Renaissance, an Objectivist book service, sports the largest selection ...
-5.5 Values Mind Products (Objectivism products and services)
Founded in Israel by Ohad Kamin, Values is an international ...
-6.1 Americans for Free Choice in Medicine FTP Site (Objectivism)
Douglas Meier maintains an FTP site for the ad hoc group Americans for ...
-6.2 IRC Channel #Aynrand
For over a year now, channel #AynRand on the Internet Relay Chat (IRC) ...
-6.3 Objectivism FTP Directory
The administrators of IRC channel #AynRand run an FTP directory for ...
-6.4 Objectivism Study Group
The purpose of this e-mail discussion group is to provide a forum ...
-6.5 Objectivist Web Sites
-7.1 The Jefferson School (Objectivism events)
1995's Jefferson School has been cancelled due to a personal rift between the ...
-7.2 Second Renaissance Conferences (Objectivism events)
A corporate entity distinct from Second Renaissance Books, SRC was created as ...
-7.3 Texas Objectivist Conference (formerly Texas Objectivist Societies Conference)
The Hill Country Objectivist Association has just issued a call for papers,...
-7.4 Ford Hall Forum (Objectivism events)
Every year, Ayn Rand would give a speech at the Ford Hall Forum in Boston. ...
-7.5 21st Century Conferences/Lyceum International (Objectivism events)
21st Century Conferences is a new organization sponsoring low-priced ...
-8.1 American Renaissance for the Twenty-First Century (ART) (Objectivism organizations)
ART, founded by art critic and exhibit curator Alexandra York, describes ...
-8.2 Americans for Free Choice in Medicine (Objectivism organizations)
(NOTE: This is not an Objectivist organization; however, its goals and ...
-8.3 The Ayn Rand Institute: The Center for the Advancement of Objectivism (ARI)
A non-profit organization, ARI is the premier organization devoted to ...
-8.4 The Association For Objective Law (TAFOL)
An organization of Objectivist lawyers. Past events and projects include a ...
-8.5 The Association of Objectivist Businessmen (AOB)
AOB was founded in 1988 by businessman and lecturer Richard M. Salsman to ...
-8.6 Objectivist Health Care Professionals Network (OHCPN)
OHCPN seeks to inform health-care professionals about the dangers of ...
-8.6 The Society for Objective Science (SOS)
President: Rick Sanford Newsletter: SOS Alert Membership dues: $35/yr. ...
-9 Objectivist community clubs part 1
This is a list of private clubs that discuss and/or promote Objectivism in ...
-9 Objectivist community clubs part 2
9.4 Carolina Objectivist ...
-9 Objectivist community clubs part 3
9.8 Foreningen For Objektivismen (FFO)...
-9 Objectivist community clubs part 4
-9 Objectivist community clubs part 5
9.25 Toronto Objectivist ...
-10 Campus Clubs (Objectivism organizations)
[Updated 2/23/94 -- I'm working on getting a more recent list]...









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