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  • Chris Matthew Sciabarra
    Volume 5, Number 2 of THE JOURNAL OF AYN RAND STUDIES has just been published. The issue features the following contributions: The Magnificent Progress
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      Volume 5, Number 2 of THE JOURNAL OF AYN RAND STUDIES has just been
      published. The issue features the following contributions:

      The Magnificent Progress Achieved by Capitalism:
      Is the Evidence Incontrovertible?
      By Hendrik Van den Berg

      Universals and Measurement
      By Stephen Boydstun

      Art as Microcosm
      By Roger E. Bissell

      Ayn Rand in the Scholarly Literature IV:
      Ayn Rand in England
      By Nicholas Dykes

      An Economist Reads Philosophy:
      Review of Leland Yeager's book, ETHICS AS SOCIAL SCIENCE
      By William Thomas

      Capitalism and Virtue:
      Review of Dinesh D'Souza's book, THE VIRTUE OF PROSPERITY
      By Will Wilkinson

      A Direct Realist's Challenge to Skepticism:
      Review of Michael Huemer's book, SKEPTICISM AND THE VEIL OF PERCEPTION
      By Ari Armstrong

      Discussion
      Reply to Huemer: Egoism and Predatory Behavior
      By Michael Young

      Rejoinder to Young: Egoism and Prudent Predation
      By Michael Huemer

      Objectivism: On Stage and Self Destructive:
      Review of Sky Gilbert's play, THE EMOTIONALISTS
      By Karen Michalson

      Reply to Michalson:
      Rand as Guru: Will it Never End?
      By Sky Gilbert

      Rejoinder to Gilbert:
      Rand as What?
      By Karen Michalson

      For article abstracts, click here:
      http://www.aynrandstudies.com/jars/v5_n2/5_2toc.asp

      For contributor biographies, click here:
      http://www.aynrandstudies.com/jars/v5_n2/5_2bio.asp

      For information on subscriptions, click here:
      http://www.aynrandstudies.com/jars/subscribForm.asp

      Look for Volume 6 in 2004-2005 --- Two Special Symposium Issues in Honor of
      the Ayn Rand Centenary: the first dealing with Ayn Rand's Cultural &
      Literary Impact, the second dealing with "Ayn Rand Among the Austrians."
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