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Ayn Rand Student Conference 2018: Individualism in an Age of Tribalism
November 2–4, the Ayn Rand Institute and STRIVE will host Ayn Rand Student Conference 2018 in Atlanta, GA.
Nature’s God: The Heretical Origins of the American Republic by Matthew Stewart
Well-read intellectuals, Greek philosophy, and atheism are what made America great. So says Matthew Stewart.
Dr. Josh Umbehr on the Rapid Growth of Direct Primary Care
“This is a model that doctors are increasingly adopting, and they’re crediting it for keeping them in medicine.” —Dr. Josh Umbehr
Bad Science: Quacks, Hacks, and Big Pharma Flacks by Ben Goldacre
Goldacre outs many of the most heinous sources of misleading health-related claims and provides tools to understand and evaluate them.
Marva Collins, Her Method, and Her ‘Philosophy for Living’
Thousands of students who had been written off as “unteachable” were able to lead meaningful, productive lives because one woman refused to give up on them.
Will you join the 68 people who’ve contributed to TOS’s summer fundraiser?
Nearly seventy people have contributed a total of $22,000 toward our goal of $80,000 by the end of August. But we have a long way to go.
TOS-Con 2018: ‘A Tapestry of Practical Ideas’ that You Can Enjoy Now
“You created an atmosphere of intellectual curiosity and rational inquiry in a relaxed, socially-engaged, fun environment. My only disappointment was that it ended.” —Ed
The Human Flourishing Project Podcast: Incredible Value for ‘Students of Life’
Despite the fact that more knowledge exists today than at any other point in history, “Human beings lack reliable access to the knowledge they need to flourish.” Alex Epstein is working to fix this problem.
Facts, Values, and Flourishing—Episode 5 Rescheduled
“Facts, Values, and Flourishing” will resume with episode 5, “Morality as the Science of Human Flourishing,” next Thursday, August 30, at 9:00 PM Eastern Time.