Although benevolence and generosity are not universally life-serving and thus are not moral virtues per se, they can be, and often are, profoundly selfish.
Ayn Rand & Objectivism
Articles on Ayn Rand and Objectivism from The Objective Standard.
Systematically addresses and refutes claims to the effect that Ayn Rand’s philosophy is somehow an offshoot of Friedrich Nietzsche’s philosophy.
Surveys the choices, values, and events that shaped Rand’s intellectual and professional life.
An index of resources for raising and educating children rationally. Includes books, essays, schools, homeschooling tools, educational games, and more.
Robin Field discusses his decades in the performing arts, Objectivism, how Ayn Rand literally saved his life, Reason in Rhyme, and what he’s up to… More »
Shows why teens should be selfish, what this means in the various areas of their lives, and why both self-sacrifice and sacrifice of others are… More »
Objectivism is a compilation of essays about Ayn Rand’s philosophy for living and loving life. The ebook provides a unique survey of Ayn Rand’s ideas,… More »
In May, at a conference cosponsored by FEE and the Clemson Institute for the Study of Capitalism, Max Borders and Craig Biddle debated the question,… More »
Zeros in on the nature and importance of purpose in good living, discusses how to organize and prioritize your values and goals with respect to… More »
A brief biography of Ayn Rand (1905–1982), an American novelist and philosopher and the creator of Objectivism, which she called “a philosophy for living on… More »