April 2013 -- Ayn Rand’s philosophical insights offer you freedom—not just political freedom someday, but spiritual freedom now: a life where everything you do is your own choice, guided by your own rational judgment in the pursuit of your own happiness. This five-part series of webinars,, is the first presentation of a new survey of Rand's philosophy. Designed for students interested in Objectivism, the sessions highlights key aspects of Objectivism across five major areas of philosophy: metaphysics, epistemology, ethics, politics, and aesthetics. It will enhance your appreciation of Ayn Rand's heroic view of life.
Each webinar consists of a live presentation lasting about an hour, followed by an open-ended interactive question and answer discussion with the audience.
Objectivism Course Schedule:
Monday, April 22, Session 1: "Living for Yourself" | ( Available now on-demand )
Monday, April 29, Session 2: "Focusing on Reality" | ( Available on-demand )
Monday, May 6, Session 3: "Values and Virtues" | ( Available on-demand )
Monday, May 13, Session 4: "Individual Rights" | ( Available on -demand )
Monday, May 20, Session 5: "Spiritual Fuel" | ( Available on-demand )
This Webinar series was held every week on Monday, from:
Apr 22, 2013 to May 20, 2013 9:00 PM - 10:00 PM EDT
Objectivism webinars home page > Alexander R. Cohen, the instructor for the course, is Managing Editor of the Business Rights Center and Associate Scholar at The Atlas Society. He earned a bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism at American University and a law degree at the University of Pennsylvania before beginning extensive graduate work in philosophy at the City University of New York, the University of Virginia, and the Atlas Society Graduate Seminar.