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  1. The Virtue of Selfishness: A New Concept of Egoism.Ayn Rand - unknown
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  2. The Objectivist Ethics.Ayn Rand - unknown
    “Through centuries of scourges and disasters, brought about by your code of morality, you have cried that your code had been broken, that the scourges were punishment for breaking it, that men were too weak and too selfish to spill all the blood it required. You damned man, you damned existence, you damned this earth, but never dared to question your code. . . . You went on crying that your code was noble, but human nature was not good enough (...)
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  3. Philosophy: Who Needs It.Ayn Rand - unknown
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    Introduction to Objectivist Epistemology.Ayn Rand - 1967 - New American Library.
    Denies that human senses cannot be trusted, that logic is arbitrary, and that concepts have no basis in reality and discusses universals.
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  5. Ayn Rand: The Russian Radical.Chris Matthew Sciabarra, Ayn Rand & Leonard Peikoff - 1997 - Utopian Studies 8 (1):225-227.
  6. The Nature of Government.Ayn Rand - unknown
    Since man’s mind is his basic tool of survival, his means of gaining knowledge to guide his actions-the basic condition he requires is the freedom to think and to act according to his rational judgment. This does not mean that a man must live alone and that a desert island is the environment best suited to his needs. Men can derive enormous benefits from dealing with one another. A social environment is most conducive to their successful survival—but only on certain (...)
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    Anthem.Ayn Rand - unknown
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    The Romantic Manifesto.Ayn Rand - 1969 - New York: World Pub. Co..
    In this beautifully written and brilliantly reasoned book, Ayn Rand throws a new light on the nature of art and its purpose in human life. Once again Miss Rand eloquently demonstrates her refusal to let popular catchwords and conventional ideas stand between her and the truth as she has discovered it. The Romantic Manifesto takes its place beside The Fountainhead as one of the most important achievements of our time.
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    The Voice of Reason: Essays in Objectivist Thought.Ayn Rand - 1988 - New American Library.
    Here is the final collection of articles and speeches by the bestselling and world-renowned novelist, essayist, and philosopher.
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    My Years with Ayn Rand.Nathaniel Branden & Ayn Rand - 1999 - Jossey-Bass.
    The relationship between Rand and Branden changed over eighteen yaears from student and teacher, to friends, to colleagues, to lovers and finally antagonists.
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  11. The Only Path to Tomorrow.Ayn Rand - unknown
    Totalitarianism is collectivism. Collectivism means the subjugation of the individual to a group — whether to a race, class or state does not matter. Collectivism holds that man must be chained to collective action and collective thought for the sake of what is called ``the common good.´´.
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    Mind in Objectivism.Ayn Rand - forthcoming - Philosophy.
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  13. Man's Rights More.Ayn Rand - unknown
    If one wishes to advocate a free society—that is, capitalism one must realize that its indispensable foundation is the principle of individual rights. If one wishes to uphold individual rights, one must realize that capitalism is the only system that can uphold and protect them. And if one wishes to gauge the relationship of freedom to the goals of today’s intellectuals, one may gauge it by the fact that the concept of individual rights is evaded, distorted, perverted and seldom discussed, (...)
     
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    The Ayn Rand Lexicon: Objectivism From a to Z.Ayn Rand - 1986 - New American Library.
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