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Examples of "objectivism"
This is a bibliography for Ayn Rand and Objectivism. Objectivism is a philosophical system initially developed in the 20th century by Rand.
Objectivism has a small but notable following in India.
Peikoff views Objectivism as a "closed system" that consists solely of the philosophical principles Rand herself had articulated, and he considers disagreement with any of these principles a departure from Objectivism. The Ayn Rand Institute (ARI) promotes Peikoff's view of Objectivism.
Objectivism has a small following in Israel. In October 2012, the Ayn Rand Institute established the Ayn Rand Center Israel to help promote Objectivism in Israel and the Middle East.
In recent years, ARI has made a strong effort to promote Objectivism globally.
Although Ayn Rand was born and raised in Russia, Objectivism has little influence in the country.
Ayn Rand, founder of Objectivism, supported copyrights and patents, noting in "":
Ditko is an ardent supporter and advocate of the philosophy of Objectivism.
Objectivism has remained popular on college campuses, with dozens of student groups dedicated to promoting and studying the philosophy of Objectivism spread across the U.S., Australia, Canada, Guatemala, Israel, the Netherlands, New Zealand, and Norway. These clubs often present speakers on controversial topics such as abortion, religion, and foreign policy, often allying with conservative (and sometimes liberal) organizations to organize their events. For example, the New York University Objectivism Club hosted a joint panel on the Muhammad cartoons that received nationwide coverage for NYU's censorship of the cartoons. There are several dozen speakers sponsored by the Ayn Rand Institute and other organizations who give nationwide tours each year speaking about Objectivism.
ARI helped establish ARI Canada in British Columbia to promote Objectivism in Canada.
Ayn Rand's Objectivism rejects an array of ideas and modes of living that it deems are primitive by nature and indicative of a primitive culture. Objectivism views primitive states of existence as being "savage" and marred in mysticism, fatalism, ignorance, superstition, poverty, passivity, and collectivism. The cure to such a society Objectivism holds is Western civilization, capitalism and modernity, which in its view brings with it reason, individualism, science, industrialization, and ultimately wealth.
Peter Schwartz is a writer and journalist who subscribes to Ayn Rand's philosophy of Objectivism.
Objectivism is a twentieth century school of philosophy pioneered by the Russian American Jewish novelist and philosopher Ayn Rand. Objectivism emphasizes the centrality of reasoned self-interest to the progress of mankind. It advocates laissez-faire capitalism as the ideal social and political structure to promote individual liberty. Furthermore, objectivism holds that money (ideally gold), is the store of value by which people live in harmony, exchanging value for value. It borrows from Aristotle in asserting that reason is the only means of true knowledge available to man. Objectivism has had an immense influence on the modern conservative movement and has experienced a revival in recent years.
Objectivism is a philosophical system developed by Russian American writer Ayn Rand (1905–1982). Rand first expressed Objectivism in her fiction, most notably "The Fountainhead" (1943) and "Atlas Shrugged" (1957), and later in non-fiction essays and books. Leonard Peikoff, a professional philosopher and Rand's designated intellectual heir, later gave it a more formal structure. Peikoff characterizes Objectivism as a "closed system" that is not subject to change.
Andrew Bernstein (born 1949) is a proponent of Ayn Rand's Objectivism, an author, and a professor of philosophy.
In 2015, ARI helped establish ARI Europe to promote Objectivism in Europe. ARI Europe is currently based in southern France.
Richard J. Bernstein coined the term in his 1983 book "Beyond Objectivism and Relativism: Science, Hermeneutics, and Praxis".
Peter Singer was far more positive, saying that Parfit's arguments "put those who reject objectivism in ethics on the defensive".
Anton LaVey, founder of the Church of Satan and author of The Satanic Bible, acknowledges Ayn Rand and Objectivism as a source of inspiration for LaVeyan Satanism. This form of Satanism holds the self above all else in similar fashion to Objectivism. Despite some similarities, they remain separate entities, as there are clear differences between the two concepts.
Ayn Rand's philosophy of Objectivism has been and continues to be a major influence on the libertarian movement, particularly in the United States. Many libertarians justify their political views using aspects of Objectivism. However, the views of Rand and her philosophy among prominent libertarians are mixed and many Objectivists are hostile to libertarians in general.