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The New York City Ayn Rand Group Monthly Meetup

  • Sep 30, 2012 · 3:00 PM
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Join our group of regular objectivists for a lively discussion on topics related to Ayn Rand and Objectivist philosophy in general.

Please join us. If you are already versed in the topic, want to learn or just want to spend an intellectually stimulating afternoon, please come.

I hope to see you all there.

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  • Roger S.

    It was a really good session that was probably aided by Paul Bell's description of the new Peikoff book: The DIM hypothesis: For those who are interested tonight at 10:00 there will be a online discussion of Chapter 2 on The Objectivist Seminar is a weekly online meeting that is free. You can hear previous podcasts and you can listen in to this evenings session without special equipment (other than a computer). To make comments you will need additional free software ( for the Mac--I don;t know if that works on the PC).

    The seminar can be found by goggling "The objectivist Seminar" OR by following this link:

    Also check out their Objectivist Answers. (once again: goggle "Objectivist Answers" to locate). The people on the call are fairly knowledgeable about objectivism.

    October 1, 2012

  • Bill

    I'm going to be hosting today's meeting.

    One topic I would like to discuss is "What is the best way to introduce someone to the best of what Ayn Rand has to offer?".

    I remember someone telling me they gave "Atlas Shrugged" to a friend of theirs. But that book is huge, it takes a tremendous commitment of time to go through it. Asking someone to read it is asking too much.

    I think one good source would be John Galt's speech, which is available online at . There's a lot of good stuff in there, but the reader needs to have some context filled in to understand the events in the novel leading up to it. Also, it's still 40 pages, I'd like something shorter.

    September 30, 2012

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