Objectivism the Philosophy of Ayn Rand

About Objectivism: The Philosophy of Ayn Rand

In her novels and nonfiction works, Ayn Rand defined and defended a revolutionary new outlook that challenges centuries of moral, philosophical, political, and cultural thinking. She called her philosophy "Objectivism."

What is Objectivism—and what does it imply for our lives and society?

The Objectivist Center has prepared an overview of Rand's philosophy, and answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).

Frequently Asked Questions About Objectivism

Further information about Objectivism and the work of The Objectivist Center can be obtained at the Web site of The Objectivist Center, by sending an e-mail request to toc@objectivistcenter.org, or by phoning (800) 374-1776.

In addition, books, films, recordings, and literature by Ayn Rand and other proponents of her philosophy may be obtained by visiting The Objectivism Store.

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