I’m excited to announce that the Students of Objectivism will be hosting Craig Biddle on Nov. 2 at 7pm in Angell Hall Auditorium C for a lecture on Atlas Shrugged and Rational Egoism. Hope y’all can make it!
Craig Biddle is the founder of THE OBJECTIVE STANDARD quarterly, launched in 2006.
“The journal is based on the idea that for every human concern—from personal matters to foreign policy, from the sciences to the arts, from education to legislation—there are demonstrably objective standards by reference to which we can assess what is true or false, good or bad, right or wrong. The purpose of the journal is to analyze and evaluate ideas, trends, events, and policies accordingly.”
Contributors have included Yaron Brook, Diana Hsieh, Burgess Laughlin, Robert Mayhew, Amy Peikoff, and Tara Smith.
I regret to announce that because of my recent statement “Justice for John P. McCaskey,” the Ayn Rand Institute has cancelled my ARI-sponsored speaking engagements in the coming weeks. These include scheduled lectures at Kansas State U, U of Michigan, U of Minnesota, U of Wisconsin-Madison, and U of California-Irvine. I’m sorry that ARI has canceled these events, and I hope to reschedule them in the near future.
Posted by Craig Biddle to his Facebook account, according to a post from Diana Hsieh’s Noodlefood.
I was hoping that you all could join me in contacting the Michigan, State, and Penn Theatre in Plymouth and Ann Arbor in order to convince them to play the Atlas Shrugged movie! I would really like to see how it turned out.
The University of Michigan Students of Objectivism (UMSO) is a campus club affiliated with the Ayn Rand Institute (ARI). UMSO seeks to pursue and promote Objectivism, the philosophy of Ayn Rand, through readings, discussions and lecture events. All questions and concerns should be directed to the club President and Vice-President, Victoria Miller and Adam Gaglio.
Sep. 8- Festifall
We'll be in the diag, so come say hi or help us run the booth.
Sep. 10- Students of Objectivism Social Event
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