The Ayn Rand Letter (3 volumes)
Place Published: New York
Publisher: The Ayn Rand Letter, Inc.
Date Published: 1971-1976
Edition: Original issues
Book Id: 46952
Quarto [30 cm] Individual issues housed in three plain orange folders. The newsletters are in near fine condition.
Leonard Peikoff writes, "Most men regard philosophy as an intellectual chess game of no consequence to their lives; they regard their own characters, their emotions, their values as unrelated to their ideas. One central key to Ayn Rand's achievement is her total rejection of these views. Ayn Rand holds that philosophy is the most crucially important subject, because it is philosophy that ultimately shapes men's characters, determines their values and thus moves the world. She holds that what man needs above all else is a philosophy for living on earth."