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The virtue of selfishness : a new concept of egoism

Author: Ayn Rand; Nathaniel Branden
Publisher: New York : Signet/New American Library, [1970?], ©1964.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ayn Rand; Nathaniel Branden
ISBN: 0451163931 9780451163936
OCLC Number: 28103453
Notes: Includes index by Allan Gotthelf.
Description: 173 pages ; 18 cm
Contents: The objectivist ethics, Ayn Rand (1961) --
Mental health versus mysticism and self-sacrifice, Nathaniel Branden (1963) --
The ethics of emergencies, Ayn Rand (1963) --
The "conflicts" of men's interests, Ayn Rand (1962) --
Isn't everyone selfish?, Nathaniel Branden (1962) --
The psychology of pleasure, Nathaniel Branden (1964) --
Doesn't life require compromise?, Ayn Rand (1962) --
How does one lead a rational life in an irrational society?, Ayn Rand (1962) --
The cult of moral grayness, Ayn Rand (1964) --
Collectivized ethics, Ayn Rand (1963) --
The monument builders, Ayn Rand (1962) --
Man's rights, Ayn Rand (1963) --
Collectivized "rights," Ayn Rand (1963) --
The nature of government, Ayn Rand (1963) --
Government financing in a free society, Ayn Rand (1964) --
The divine right of stagnation, Nathaniel Branden (1963) --
Racism, Ayn Rand (1963) --
Counterfeit individualism, Nathaniel Branden (1962) --
The argument from intimidation, Ayn Rand (1964).
Responsibility: by Ayn Rand ; with additional articles by Nathaniel Branden.

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