What is Post-Objectivism?
Another Look at Abortion
A response by Thomas Gramstad to Tibor Machan's Full Context article.
Context, Responsibility and Law
A response by Nicholas Dykes to Will Thomas' Navigator article.
Can Cryopreservation Solve "The Abortion Problem"?
Thomas Gramstad thinks it might.
The Rand-and-abortion Mailing List
A Guide to Individualist Abortion Resources
In Defense of Rational Anarchism
George H. Smith explores the history of legal pluralism, the inner logic and subjectivism of state-sovereignty, and the meaning and consequences of objective justice, reaching the conclusion that Ayn Rand's concept of government is a "sheep in wolf's clothing" and that Rand in reality was an advocate of anarcho-capitalism.
Mrs. Logic and the Law
A Critique of Ayn Rand's View of Government by Nicholas Dykes.
Some Thoughts About Rights
Nicholas Dykes on the existence and nature of rights, drawing on historical and anhtropological evidence.
The Enterprise of Law: Justice Without the State
Nicholas Dykes reviews Bruce Benson's empirical and controversial book.
Ayn Rand and the Perversion of Libertarianism
Leftist anarchist criticisms of Ayn Rand by Lance Klafta, including the history of libertarianism and comparisons of Rand with Marx.
The Aynarchism Mailing List
A Call to Objectivists and Randians For Dialogue With Buddhists
Savaka Sukhothaia suggests that Buddhists are much closer to Objectivism than commonly assumed, and that dialogue between the two groups could prove fertile and valuable for both.
A Few Notes Towards Buddhjectivism
Thomas Gramstad offers a few exploratory notes of comparison between Objectivism and Buddhism, primarily in the fields of ethics, epistemology and psycho-epistemology.
Epicurean Pleasure and the Objectivist Good
Peter Saint André comments on Ray Shelton's comparison of Epicurus and Rand.
Ray Shelton responds to Peter Saint Andrés comments on Shelton's Epicurus and Rand.
Ayn Rand's Approaches to Sexuality: Their Values, Disvalues, and
Bryan Register examines Rand's critique of contemporary gender roles and her sexual ontology.
The Female Hero: A Randian Feminist Synthesis
Thomas Gramstad unites Ayn Rand's concept of heroism with modern feminism, arriving at a radical yet ancient vision of the Amazon as the ultimate hero. Includes discussions of postandrogyny and nonpatriarchal sexualities.
The Randian Feminism Mailing List
Real Biology is Individualist, Not Collectivist
A response by Thomas Gramstad to Cathy Young's Reason magazine review of Feminist Interpretations of Ayn Rand.
Vive les Differences!
Thomas Gramstad examines the Orwellian, collectivist nature of a well-known and overused catch-phrase - and how to recast it in a way that promotes rather than hinders individualism.
The Cultural Phenomenon of Warrior Heroines
Transcript of Ifeminists.com chat session with Thomas Gramstad.
What is Feminism?
A response by Thomas Gramstad to Glenn Lamont in Free Radical.
Who is Dagny Taggart?
Article by Charles Wieder about Art Versus Philosophy in Ayn Rand's Writings on Male/Female Relationships.
Class, Hegemony, and Ideology: A Libertarian Approach
A libertarian dialectical analysis of class, hegemony and ideology by Bryan Register.
Letter from Kirsti Minsaas on the Peikoff-Kelley split
David Kelley in San Francisco (1990)
A report by Raymie Stata.
An Ass or a Lion?
Nicholas Dykes reviews Peikoff's Objectivism: The Philosophy of Ayn Rand.
An Introduction to Aristotelian Computer Science
Aristotelian Artificial Intelligence? Thomas Gramstad on Eyal Mozes' deductive database based on Aristotelian logic.
Consciousness Without Biology (and its consequences)
Gary McGath on why computers are not and cannot become thinking machines. Is Artificial Intelligence dead?
On the Possibility of "Artificial Consciousness"
Thomas Gramstad on Artificial Intelligence and consciousness in Objectivity, a response to Gary McGath.
Can Freedom Withstand E-books?
Richard Stallman on the ominous business practices of e-book producers and how they may affect the freedom to read.
The Culture as an Ideal Society
Thomas Gramstad explains why he thinks science fiction writer Iain M. Banks' utopian future society ought to be recognized as the ultimate embodiment of Randian (or any liberty-loving) social theory.
Immortality Would be Worth it
Svein Olav Nyberg on infinity and immortality in Objectivity, in response to Stephen Hicks.
Interview with Kirsti Minsaas by Karen Reedstrom and Thomas Gramstad
The classic from Full Context.
Heroism: Rand's and Bernstein's
A discussion by Thomas Gramstad of the nature of heroism instigated by Andrew Bernstein's article.
Y2K: A Radical Solution
Lighthearted satire by Thomas Gramstad.
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