The freedom to think, to create, to speak, and to pursue the values that I deem vital to my life is why I am capitalist and proud.
This piece originally appeared in our Fall 2016 Magazine. In it, Celeste Hook, a freshman at Okanagan College in British Columbia compares the teaching methods of her Grade 7 Lit Class with that of her class in Grade 12, and how one helped her see
TU reader Sam Goodman of Carleton University in Ottawa recently published this piece in her school's newspaper. In it, she comments on free speech issues on college campuses at large, and the spirit of the University of Chicago's latest acceptance letter penned by its Dean, John Ellison. TU is
Dr. Greg Salmieri holds a fellowship in philosophy at the Anthem Foundation and currently teaches at Rutgers University. His published work focuses on Aristotle’s epistemology and ethics and Ayn Rand’s philosophy and novels. Of special note here, he is coeditor with the late Allan Gotthelf
...today we are bombarded with the perspective of determinism: that some combination of external facts, such as your upbringing, education, genetics, culture, and race, determine your fate. Now I don’t think this is true.
This article is reprinted with permission from the Harry Binswanger Letter, a paid discussion forum for Objectivists, moderated by Dr. Binswanger. For more information or to sign up for a free trial, visit: http://www.hbletter.com --- Ayn Rand's achievement in philosophy is so immense that to do it
In anticipation for the Ayn Rand Student Conference this November, we tapped one of its speakers Gena Gorlin on the shoulder to share a sneak preview of her upcoming talk, which explores how students can think about and achieve long-term, personal happiness. * * * Before we begin, could you
Dear Friend and Reader: Jon Glatfelter here, The Undercurrent's new Editor-In-Chief. It's almost time to flip the calendar to November, which means the team is dotting the i's and crossing the t's on TU's Fall 2016 Magazine. I wanted to share the punchline with you now though. It's titled The Technology of
Free speech is absolutely essential for a free society, yet it’s constantly under attack today. There are three segments of society in particular that are behind the attacks: Intellectuals, government and students.
What if you could combine your creativity and passion for Objectivism to start a new entrepreneurial venture that engages fellow Objectivists and shares Rand’s ideas with those unacquainted? What would you produce to express the ideas that interest you? Finding new ways to engage with your