View the entries for the 2016 Atlas Art Contest. Between October 1 -15, the judges will select the top 20 finalists. Public voting will begin on October 20 and end November 23.
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Theme: The Entrepreneur: Risk and Reward Eligible media: Visual art submitted as a digital image (Works of text, video, or audio are not eligible)Entry Period: July 18 - September 30 Finalist Selection: October 1-15 Public Voting: October 20 - November 23 Winner Announcement: December 10, 2016
Submit your artwork for a chance to win cash prizes! Once voting has concluded, the first place winner will receive $5,000, second place winner will receive $2,500 and the third place winner will receive $1,000.
Ayn Rand and art: Our purpose
Artists project—and viewers respond to—a re-creation of reality: a view of reality informed by their beliefs and values. Though Ayn Rand is revered—and reviled—as an intellectual, a writer, and a philosopher, she was, above all, an artist. She used art to illuminate human potential, to light the path forward, and to lead the way.
Today, the moral ideals of reason, achievement, and individualism are in danger of being lost, with dire consequences for a free society. Ayn Rand conveyed those ideals brilliantly in her novels, but they must be renewed in every generation through the imagination and talent of artists who, like Rand, can lead the way.
To foster this renewal, we at the Atlas Society—a 25-year-old think tank devoted to the philosophy of Objectivism—will leverage the power of art to inspire, surprise, delight, and provoke in...
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A New Jersey native, Vanessa is a social media maven, who has consulted with clients large and small on Instagram engagement. She is a student at Monmouth University, where she is Majoring in Business Management as well as Marketing and is simultaneously pursuing a career in the Music Industry. An avid surfer, yogini, vegan and world traveler, Vanessa admires the boldness and independence of Ayn Rand’s heroism. She is also passionate about playing the guitar, photography and web design. "A creative man is motivated by the desire to achieve, not by the desire to beat others." - Ayn RandInstagram | @__vanessa__
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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 pursing 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 human psychological experience is by reference to the brain and its activity.” In effect, it is the thesis that scientific psychology should not directly reference the mind or the will as such, but only the neurological states that give rise to them. Schultz’s essay surveys a voluminous methodological and empirical literature, an impressive feat of scholarship in its own right. On that basis, Schultz argues that neuroessentialism leaves out the real causal properties of thoughts and the will. Focusing on the brain alone causes clinicians and patients to over-emphasize the role of medications and to view the patient as more a passive victim than an active participant in his own therapy. Schultz examines the impact of this passive outlook on the treatment of depression, in particular, and concludes that “neuroessentialistic conceptualization of...
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