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Atlas Society founder and CEO David Kelley will speak at the American Philosophical Association’s Central Division Annual Meeting in Chicago. Kelley will comment March 3 on a recent book, Toleration, by Andrew Jason Cohen. The session was organized and will be
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Still shopping for those last few holiday gifts? Explore our best-selling books on Objectivism and Ayn Rand. From engaging and short introductions to her thought (like Radical for Capitalism) to advanced philosophical topics (The Evidence of the Senses), you can be confident that you are making a smart choice for that insightful independent thinker in your...
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The Atlas Society is proud to announce the second major publication in the psychology career of William Schultz. Schultz is a graduate student pursuing at PsyD degree in clinical psychology at The Minnesota School of Professional Psychology. His graduate studies are being supported by a Graduate Scholarship from TAS’s Frank W. Bubb Fund for Objectivist Scholarship. Schultz’s new publication is “Neuroessentialism: Theoretical and Clinical Considerations.” This essay will be featured in the Journal of Humanistic Psychology, in the January, 2016 issue. “Neuroessentialism,” Schultz explains, “is the view that the definitive way of explaining...
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Tune in to BBC radio tomorrow morning, Wednesday December 9, to hear Ed Hudgins weigh in on Donald Trump's campaign and the Republican nomination process. Update: For those who missed the live broadcast, we'll be posting the recorded audio as soon as it's available. 
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The Atlas Society’s Research Workshop met online Thursday, November 19, to discuss the role of emotions in making personal decisions.