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In 1998, The Atlas Society launched the Objectivist Studies series of monographs with the first two: “Rationality and the Psychology of Abstraction” by cognitive psychologist Kenneth Livingston; and “Evidence and Justification” by founder David Kelley. 

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We're very pleased to announce that David Kelley's ground-breaking treatise on epistemology, The Evidence of the Senses: A Realist Theory of Perception, is now available on Amazon as an ebook for the first time. 
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David Kelley’s “A Question of Sanction” was an open letter was written in response to an article Peter Schwartz published in The Intellectual Activist in early 1989.
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The Atlas Society has launched its new mobile-friendly website which features simplified navigation. Mobile traffic to our site continues to grow significantly; it has increased 82% year-to-date compared with the same period last year. We have successfully targeted the 18-34 year old demographic, which has grown rapidly and now accounts for the majority of all of our site traffic.
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 The Atlas Society (TAS) offers a monthly Research Workshop online for advanced scholars. In the Research Workshop in Objectivist Philosophy, we discuss new and classic writings deepening and extending Objectivism.