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Three free downloads -available today only!

  1. 1. In the rush of cyber Monday gift purchasing, why not take a moment to treat yourself to something from the ARI eStore? ARI on: Until midnight tonight, we are offering three free downloads to all eStore customers. These MP3s address various aspects of Ayn Rand's enduring contribution to the field of philosophy. Ayn Rand's Philosophic Achievement by Harry Binswanger places Objectivism in a historical perspective. Dr. Binswanger singles out for discussion six pivotal breakthroughs that form the core of Objectivism. He then identifies the overarching conception that integrates these breakthroughs. Man's Rights: Ayn Rand's Historic Contribution by John Ridpath outlines John Locke's original discovery of the concept of man's rights, chronicles its demise and presents Ayn Rand's accomplishment in providing man's rights with the full defense they have never had. Moral Ambition: Perfection and Pride by Tara Smith intensively explores Rand's identification of pride as "moral ambitiousness." Since the proud person seeks his own moral perfection, Dr. Smith examines: what such perfection consists of; the dangers of dismissing this ideal; and the usual reasons given for rejecting it. Throughout the holiday season, the eStore will be highlighting carefully curated gifts for every Ayn Rand fan on your list.
  2. 2. Ayn Rand Institute Website Copyright © 2013 Ayn Rand® Institute. All rights reserved. You are subscribed to the Ayn Rand Institute’s eStore Announcements list under the email addressboaz.onroad@gmail.com. If you prefer not to receive general announcements from the Ayn Rand Institute, please visit our website to change your email preferences. You can update your profile or change your email preferences at any time. Send inquiries to estore@aynrand.org. The Ayn Rand Institute eStore is operated by the Ayn Rand® Institute. Ayn Rand® is a licensed trademark and is used by permission. Purchases from the Ayn Rand Institute eStore do not qualify as tax-deductible contributions to the Ayn Rand Institute. Prices are subject to change without notice. The Ayn Rand Institute, 2121 Alton Parkway, Suite 250, Irvine, CA 92606

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