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Onkar Ghate
Chief Philosophy Officer & Senior Fellow

The Road to Critical Race Theory

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In this course we will cover a variety of topics, including the Frankfurt School and the New Left, environmentalism, feminism and gender studies, post-structuralism and postmodernism, postcolonialism, intersectionality, and how all of the above have...
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Onkar Ghate
Chief Philosophy Officer & Senior Fellow

Objectivism Seminar: Foundations – Year 2

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This is the second year of a two-year seminar exploring Objectivism in depth, with a focus on understanding its core principles in the context of the history of philosophy and other thinkers’ answers to major...
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Onkar Ghate
Chief Philosophy Officer & Senior Fellow

Leonard Peikoff’s “Eight Great Plays”

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This is a guided study of Leonard Peikoff’s “Eight Great Plays” course, in which Dr. Peikoff selects eight masterpieces of world literature and analyzes them as great works of drama and as works that implicitly...
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Mike Mazza

Philosophical Skills (Q1-Q2)

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To learn Objectivism–a particular philosophy–you must see it as addressing the questions of philosophy. To learn philosophy, you must understand its questions and why they arise. Neither of these tasks is easy, because the questions...
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Onkar Ghate
Chief Philosophy Officer & Senior Fellow

Objectivism Through Ayn Rand’s Fiction (Q1-Q2)

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Ayn Rand’s major novels, The Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged, are self-consciously philosophical novels, containing abstract themes, characters driven by opposing moral principles, and conflicts rooted in clashing worldviews. And more than that, Rand’s fictional heroes discover and embody...
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Keith Lockitch
Vice President of Content & Senior Fellow

Foundations of Physical Science: Motion and Gravitation

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This course will trace the development of man’s understanding of motion and gravitation, starting with the earliest astronomical observations of pre-Greek civilizations, and culminating in the achievements of Isaac Newton. How did mankind progress from...
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John David Lewis

Ancient Greece (Part 3): The Early Fourth Century

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The fourth century BC, the events after the defeat of Athens by Sparta in the Peloponnesian War, is often seen as the decline of the Greek world, a mere echo of a golden age. But...
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John David Lewis

Ancient Greece (Part 2): Fifth-Century Athens

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The apex of classical culture is the intellectual revolution of fifth-century Athens: she was nothing less than the intellectual capital and the exemplar of the Greek world. The political context for this development was set...
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John David Lewis

Ancient Greece (Part 1): The Archaic Period

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Archaic Greece encompasses the three centuries prior to the ascent of classical Greek culture. As historian John David Lewis illustrates, it subsumes intellectual, artistic, and political achievements that are self-sufficient in their own right, but...
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Harry Binswanger
Member, Board of Directors

Logic: The Cashing-In

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Concepts, though fundamental, are only tools—only means to an end. The end is the practical, productive, rational use of your mind to achieve your values, secure your survival, and enhance your life. That is the...
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Gregory Salmieri
Senior Scholar of Philosophy at the Salem Center, University of Texas at Austin

Atlas Shrugged as a Work of Philosophy

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Available with Spanish subtitles! ¡Disponible con subtítulos en español! Ayn Rand stated the theme of Atlas Shrugged as: “the role of the mind in man’s existence—and, as corollary, the demonstration of a new moral philosophy: the morality of...
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Mike Mazza
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Ben Bayer

OAC: Graduate School Application Bootcamp

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This multi-session workshop is open to students and alumni of the Objectivist Academic Center, and those they refer who are serious students of Objectivism but who have not, as yet, joined the OAC. The bootcamp...
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