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Foundations Study Guides
These guides provide grounding in the essential literature for an Objectivist looking into an academic field. Topics range from epistemology to Montessori education.
- Ancient Greek Philosophy
- Business Ethics
- Philosophy of Mathematics
- Montessori Education
- Literary Theory
- Political Philosophy
We have provided interactive study questions as well. Just click on the study questions icons to dive in. When you complete a set of questions, click on the "submit" button, and your answers and comments will be sent to our director of programs, William R Thomas, who will respond to you individually.
The Atlas Summit is an annual event that brings together the best minds of the open Objectivist movement for lectures, workshops, and shared inspiration. It is a week-long cultural feast, a marketplace of ideas, and a week of friendship and fellowship. It features courses, workshops, and performances that center of the Objectivist view of life. There are beginning and advanced courses on the philosophy founded by Ayn Rand. There are lectures on Rand's aesthetics and on Ayn Rand as an artist. There are explorations of the political, cultural, historical, and social implications of Objectivist ideas. And there are sessions on applying the insights of Objectivism as part of a happy, flourishing life.
The Atlas Society held its most recent annual celebration of open Objectivism over three full days June 29-July 1, 2012, in the elegant setting of the Renaissance Hotel, Washington, D.C.
Plan to participate next year in this free flow of ideas and shared information among the most intelligent, productive, and congenial people you’ll meet anywhere. Learn what’s being done, what can be done, and what will be done to increase the powers of the human mind, expand human liberty, and enhance human well-being and wealth around the world. Email program director WIll Thomas for more information, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We offer special student rates to our conferences and workshops. In addition, scholarships are available to help promising full-time students who could not otherwise attend. Scholarships are be awarded on the basis of merit and need. Scholarship awards vary from partial scholarships to those covering all costs of the event. Students interested attending Center events for reduced or waived fees can also apply to work as conference assistants.Contact program director Will Thomas for more information : email@example.com
Scholarships for Graduate Students
The Atlas Society offers up to a maximum of $11,000 annually in living expenses and tuition and fees to support qualified graduate students pursuing advanced degrees in philosophy and closely related fields such as political science, psychology and cognitive science. Application information for the 2012-2013 academic year is now available. The application deadline is March 1, 2012. If you have any questions, please contact wthomas at AtlasSociety dot org, or call us at 800-374-1776. Click here to learn more.