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Objectivity: Metaphysical and Epistemological

Objectivity: Metaphysical and Epistemological

David Kelley

1 Min
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July 24, 2014

Atlas Summit 2014 -- What does it mean to be objective? David Kelley discusses the relation of the objective, the intrinsic, and the subjective. He discusses objectivity both in a metaphysical and in an epistemological sense. And he shows why objectivity is essential to the Objectivist conception of reason as an absolute.


Note: This is part of a day-long Intermediate Course in Objectivism that was presented at this summer's Atlas Summit. It is one of only two sessions in the course that were recorded: the other is Virtue and Selfishness by William R Thomas.

David Kelley

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

David Kelley

David Kelley is the founder of The Atlas Society. A professional philosopher, teacher, and best-selling author, he has been a leading proponent of Objectivism for more than 25 years.