The Atlas Society Presents - The Atlas Society Asks
We promote open Objectivism: the philosophy of reason, achievement, individualism, and freedom.
Ayn Rand's philosophy of Objectivism was set forth in such works as her epic novel Atlas Shrugged, and in her brilliant non-fiction essays. Objectivism is designed as a guide to life, and celebrates the remarkable potential and power of the individual. Objectivism also challenges the doctrines of irrationalism, self-sacrifice, brute force, and collectivism that have brought centuries of chaos and misery into the lives of millions of individuals. It provides fascinating insights into the world of politics, art, education, foreign policy, science, and more, rewarding you with a rich understanding of how ideas shape your world. Those who discover Objectivism often describe the experience as life-changing and liberating.
Ayn Rand's philosophical works have been praised as presenting historic breakthroughs in thinking. At the Atlas Society, our scholars work to further develop this philosophy born in the mid-twentieth century. We present the empowering principles of Objectivism to a global audience, and offer those principles as a rational and moral alternative in the marketplace of philosophical ideas.
Brought to you by The Atlas Society of The Atlas Society Presents - The Atlas Society Asks
Pilat, born in communist Poland, is an award-winning painter in San Francisco, whose paintings can be found in collections around the world. Her most current project, disrupt, consists of “heroic portraits of antiquated technology,” in which she “treat[s] every machine as an individual.” She considers her work to be a ...
Join us for The Atlas Society Asks Michael Newberry and Stephen Hicks. Michael Newberry is an American neo-romanticist painter based in Idyllwild, California. He blends a variety of influences, notably Rembrandt and the French Impressionists. The Atlas Society Senior Scholar Dr. Stephen Hicks is a professor of philosophy at Rockford ...
Roger is a writer and musician who has considered himself an “Objectivist” since 1966. He has written four books plus many essays, mostly published in The Journal of Ayn Rand Studies, and he has edited many other books, including two by Nathaniel Branden. He has been a professional musician for ...
Join us for The Atlas Society Asks Peter Copses. In our ELEVENTH episode in the series, Peter Copses joins CEO of The Atlas Society Jennifer Grossman for a discussion on topics such as on the impact of the educational system that teaches students to hate America as well as the ...
Join Jennifer Grossman On Wednesday! The Atlas Society Asks Resident Philosopher Stephen Hicks And Editor of HumanProgress.org and senior policy analyst at ...