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Adam Mossoff
Professor of Law at Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University

A Legal System as an Intellectual Achievement

2 Lessons
3h 24m
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ARU
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Robert Mayhew
Professor of Philosophy Seton Hall University

Thomas Aquinas’ Summa contra Gentiles

3 Lessons
6h 27m
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ARU
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This course is a critical examination of Aquinas’ Summa contra Gentiles, focusing on the arguments he presents in defense of the existence and nature of God, and of God’s relationship to the universe and to man....
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Robert Mayhew
Professor of Philosophy Seton Hall University

Aristotle: Father of Romanticism

3 Lessons
4h 7m
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Intermediate
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Could there have been a Romantic school of art if not for the ideas of Aristotle? In this course, Dr. Robert Mayhew addresses this intriguing question. Plato, the first philosopher with a theory of esthetics, saw...
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Gregory Salmieri
Senior Scholar of Philosophy at the Salem Center, University of Texas at Austin

Aristotle’s Theory of Knowledge

3 Lessons
4h 30m
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Advanced
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Aristotle is the father and chief defender of the view that the human mind can achieve a deep and rich understanding of the world in terms of fundamental principles derived ultimately from sense-perception. Aristotle’s theory...
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Nikos Sotirakopoulos
Visiting Fellow

The Road to Critical Race Theory

12 Lessons
26h 19m
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ARU
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This is an ongoing live course of Ayn Rand University, a new kind of university which provides advanced live courses in philosophy and communication from an Objectivist perspective. ARU courses include weekly live classes conducted by...
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Onkar Ghate
Chief Philosophy Officer & Senior Fellow

Objectivism Seminar: Foundations – Year 2

11 Lessons
27h 21m
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ARU
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This is an ongoing live course of Ayn Rand University, a new kind of university which provides advanced live courses in philosophy and communication from an Objectivist perspective. ARU courses include weekly live classes conducted by...
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Onkar Ghate
Chief Philosophy Officer & Senior Fellow

Leonard Peikoff’s “Eight Great Plays”

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21h 0m
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This is an ongoing live course of Ayn Rand University, a new kind of university which provides advanced live courses in philosophy and communication from an Objectivist perspective. ARU courses include weekly live classes conducted by...
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Mike Mazza

Philosophical Skills (Q1-Q2)

11 Lessons
22h 3m
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ARU
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This is an ongoing live course of Ayn Rand University, a new kind of university which provides advanced live courses in philosophy and communication from an Objectivist perspective. ARU courses include weekly live classes conducted by...
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Onkar Ghate
Chief Philosophy Officer & Senior Fellow

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

11 Lessons
22h 51m
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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

32 Lessons
43h 53m
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This is an ongoing live course of Ayn Rand University, a new kind of university which provides advanced live courses in philosophy and communication from an Objectivist perspective. ARU courses include weekly live classes conducted by...
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John David Lewis

Ancient Greece (Part 3): The Early Fourth Century

3 Lessons
2h 53m
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Intermediate
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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

4 Lessons
4h 0m
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Intermediate
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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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