Atlas Shrugged is a story about the rarest of revolutions, a revolution in our understanding of morality. Only such a revolution, the novel in effect argues, can restore us on the path to freedom. This talk by Onkar Ghate explores some of the reasons why. The talk was delivered at UCLA on January 31, 2010 and was hosted by LOGIC, the UCLA Objectivist club.
Archive for September, 2010
Alex Epstein discusses Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s claims before the U.N. that the United States was behind the World Trade Center attacks. (Pajamas TV interview; 15 min.)
14 min. GOP Pledges a Return to 2008
Alex Epstein examines Republican promises to reduce government spending to 2008 levels. (Pajamas TV interview; 14 min.)
15 min. Leonard Peikoff Podcast #131
Topics in Leonard Peikoff’s latest podcast of philosophical Q&As include: art and emotion; value and sacrifice; the ending of The Fountainhead; and Israel.
15 min. The Recession Is Over?
Alex Epstein discusses official proclamations that the recession has ended. (Pajamas TV interview; 15 min.)
32 min. Defending Oil
Alex Epstein appears on The Think Tank with Garland Robinette (WWL, New Orleans) to discuss and dispel three myths about oil. (WWL interview; 32 min.)
Few people today understand the idea at the foundation of the American Revolution and the founders’ unique view of government: the idea of individual rights. This talk by Onkar Ghate explores the idea of individual rights, what led to it, and what today is required to defend it. The talk was delivered at UCLA on January 30, 2010 and was hosted by LOGIC, the UCLA Objectivist club.
30 min. An Introduction to Ayn Rand
Onkar Ghate is a guest of Deanna Radaj on BlogTalkRadio to discuss Ayn Rand and her influence in history. (BlogTalkRadio interview; 30 min.)
Don Watkins examines the newest government plan for small business. (Pajamas TV interview; 13 min.)
15 min. Leonard Peikoff Podcast #130
Topics in Leonard Peikoff’s latest podcast of philosophical Q&As include: The practical value of philosophy; why Ayn Rand disliked Orwell’s 1984; and love and sex.