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Partial List of Newsletter Articles:

January 1994
Introducing the Toronto Objectivist Association
 
April 1994
Judging Books: Mixed versus Bad by Robert Garmong
How to Rewrite Reality by Greg Krewski
 
July 1994
If the Poor Don't Care, Why Should We? by Karen Selick
Some People Earn Their Poverty by Karen Selick
The Thinker by Berton Braley
  
May 1995
The Philosophical Foundations of Aesthetics (Part 1 of 4) by Rob Stevens
Movie Review: Rob Roy by Brad Aisa
 
September 1995
The Philosophical Foundations of Aesthetics (Part 2 of 4) by Rob Stevens
Self-Esteem by Greg Shoom
 
December 1995
The Canadian Oxymoron: A Free and Democratic Society by Michael E. Aubrey
Objectivism on the Internet by Greg Shoom
 
April 1996
The Philosophical Foundations of Aesthetics (Part 3 of 4) by Rob Stevens
The Art of Letter Writing by Katherine Higginson
 
October 1996
Nature and Identity: Questions and Answers on Aristotle's Metaphysics by Rob Stevens
How to Study Objectivism: The Philosophy of Ayn Rand by Greg Shoom
 
January 1997
What's Going to Keep It Together? Why Canada is Breaking Apart by Robert Tracinski
The Codex Leicester - The Product of a Great Mind by Kathryn Daley
The Joy of Life and Success by Berton Braley
 
April 1997
The Concept of Entity-by-Analogy and its Application in the Psychoepistomology of Music by Rob Stevens
An Introduction to Leonard Bernstein's "The Unanswered Question" by Rob Stevens
 
January 1998
Report on the Lyceum International Summer '97 Conference by Greg Shoom
Socializing Students for Anarchy by Glenn Woiceshyn
Objectivist Newsbites
 
September 1998
The Philosophical Foundations of Aesthetics (Part 4 of 4) by Rob Stevens
 
February 1999
In Defense of Microsoft
New Ayn Rand Books Available
Objectivist Newsbites
 
September 1999
Thanksgiving: The Producer's Holiday by Prof. Gary Hull
Giving Real Meaning to Veterans Day by Prof. Edwin Locke

 

Partial List of Educational Lectures and Events:

Principles of Objective Communication: Speaking by Robert Stevens
 
History of Western Art: Introduction to Greek Sculpture by Sandra Shaw
 
Principles of Objective Communication: Debating by Robert Stevens
 
Reason, Liberty, Property: The Philosophy of John Locke by Greg Krewski
 
The Mind as Hero in Atlas Shrugged by Dr. Andrew Bernstein
 
Consciousness as Possessing Identity and Its Philosophic Consequences by Robert Garmong
 
Thomas Hobbes and the Perversion of Enlightenment Egoism by Prof. John Ridpath
 
History of Western Sculpture II: The Philosophical Significance of Hellenistic Sculpture by Sandra Shaw
 
Bridging Philosophy and Psychology: Tools to Automatize your Conscious Principles by Herb Layh
 
The Philosophic Death of Free Speech by Robert Garmong
 
Your Professor's War Against the Mind: The Black Hole of Post-Modernism and Multiculturalism by Dr. Gary Hull
 
Counterfeit Egoism by Prof. Edwin Locke
 
Aristotle's Moral Philosophy by Dr. Robert Mayhew
 
The Ideas and Significance of G.W. Hegel by Prof. John Ridpath
 
The Association to Defend Property Rights by Ron Stuckert
 
The Rational Living Workshop by Dr. Andrew Bernstein
 
J.J. Rousseau and the French Revolution by Prof John Ridpath
 
The Objectivity of Individual Rights by Adam Mossoff
 
Natural Law and Natural Rights: An Intellectual History by Adam Mossoff
 
Ayn Rand's Fictional Characters as Philosophical Archetypes by Dr. Andrew Bernstein
 
How to be a Philosophical Detective by Robert Garmong
 
The Philosophical Foundations of Heroism by Dr. Andrew Bernstein
 
Aristotle, Plot, and Romanticism by Dr. Robert Mayhew
 
Productiveness as the Central Purpose of the Good Life by Andrew Lewis
 
The Birth of the Renaissance - the Historical Background by Andrew Lewis
 
Locke and the American Revolution by Prof. John Ridpath
 
Philosophical and Literary Integration in Atlas Shrugged by Dr. Andrew Bernstein
 
The Virtue of Pride by Prof. Tara Smith
 
Romantic Treasures: Little Known and Hard to Find Classics Admired by Ayn Rand by Richard Ralston
 
Ayn Rand's Russian Correspondence by Dina Garmong
 
Fighting for the Future by Richard Ralston
 
The High Tech Lynching of Microsoft - and Its Response by Richard Salsman

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