Keith Lockitch discusses the science of climate change, and the destructive effects of the government’s environmental policies. (Pajamas TV interview; 11 min.)
Archive for May, 2009
4 min. The Perfect Crime
Peter Schwartz explains why dishonest or criminal actions are not in one’s self-interest. This is an excerpt from the Q-&-A session of “The Virtue of Selfishness: Why Achieving Your Happiness Is Your Highest Moral Purpose,” an ARC Lecture Series talk delivered by Mr. Schwartz on February 4, 2005.
In this interview, which took place in 1961 upon publication of For the New Intellectual, Ayn Rand discusses: the nature of cultural leadership; the influence of Plato, Aquinas and Kant; the creeping mysticism infecting science; and the lengthy process by which individuals become the “new intellectuals” of tomorrow.
Keith Lockitch explains why it is good to have a large “environmental footprint.”
28 min. Introducing Objectivism
Ayn Rand delivers a capsule description of her philosophy, Objectivism.
Yaron Brook and Alex Epstein analyze the impact of government energy policy on human life. (Pajamas TV interview; 17 min.)
Thomas A. Bowden comments on Barack Obama’s method of selecting Supreme Court Justices. (Pajamas TV interview; free registration required; 12 min.)
3 min. Is Rand Relevant?
Yaron Brook on what Ayn Rand’s philosophy has to offer for today’s moral, political, and economic issues.