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Ayn Rand (born Alisa Zinovievna Rosenbaum) (transcription: ajn ɹænd, February 2 (January 20, 1905 - March 6, 1982) is an American writer and philosopher. She was born in St.

Petersburg. Studied philosophy and literature at Petrograd State University. In 1925 she received a visa for a study trip to the United States. In Russia, despite several translations of her novels ("The Source", "Atlas Shrugged"), she still remains a little-known author. In the West, her name is widely known as the creator of the philosophy of objectivism, based on the principles of reason, individualism, reasonable egoism and which is the intellectual justification of capitalist values ​​as opposed to the popular socialism at that time. In her political beliefs, Rand defended laissez-faire capitalism and minarchism, and considered the only legitimate function of the state to protect human rights (including property rights).  Bibliography Fiction Night of January 16th (1934) ISBN 0-452-26486-3 We the Living (1936) ISBN 0-451-18784-9 Anthem (1938) ISBN 0-451-19113-7 The Fountainhead (1943) ISBN 0-451-19115-3 Atlas Shrugged (1957) ISBN 0-451-19114-5 Nonfiction For the New Intellectual (1961) The Virtue of Selfishness (with Nathaniel Branden) (1964) Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal (with Nathaniel Branden, Alan Greenspan, and Robert Hessen) (1966) Introduction to Objectivist Epistemology (1967) The Romantic Manifesto (1969) The New Left: The Anti- Industrial Revolution (1971) Philosophy: Who Needs It posthumously edited by Leonard Peikoff (1982) Posthumous works The Early Ayn Rand (edited and with commentary by Leonard Peikoff) (1984) The Voice of Reason: Essays in Objectivist Thought (edited by Leonard Peikoff; additional essays by Leonard Peikoff and Peter Schwartz) (1989) Introduction to Objectivist Epistemology second edition (edited by Harry Binswanger; additional material by Leona rd Peikoff) (1990) Letters of Ayn Rand (edited by Michael S.

Berliner) (1995) Journals of Ayn Rand (edited by David Harriman) (1997) Ayn Rand`s Marginalia: Her Critical Comments on the Writings of over Twenty Authors (edited by Robert Mayhew) (1998) The Ayn Rand Column: Written for the Los Angeles Times (edited by Peter Schwartz) (1998) Russian Writings on Hollywood (edited by Michael S.

Berliner) (1999) Return of the Primitive : The Anti-Industrial Revolution (expanded edition of The New Left; edited and with additional essays by Peter Schwartz) (1999) The Art of Fiction (edited by Tore Boeckmann) (2000) The Art of Nonfiction (edited by Robert Mayhew) (2001) The Objectivism Research CD-ROM (collection of most of Rand & # 039; s works in CD-ROM format) (2001) Three Plays (2005) Ayn Rand Answers (edited by Robert Mayhew) (2005) Pages about the author: http://www.aynrand.ru/ (rus.) Http : //www.aynrandstudies.com/jars/index.asp (eng.)

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Ayn Rand (born Alisa Zinovievna Rosenbaum) (transcription: ajn ɹænd, February 2 (January 20, 1905 - March 6, 1982) is an American writer and philosopher. She was born in St. Petersburg. Studied philosophy and literature at Petrograd State University. In 1925 she received a visa for a study trip to the United States. In Russia, despite several translations of her novels ("The Source", "Atlas Shrugged"), she still remains a little-known author. In the West, her name is widely known as the creator of the philosophy of objectivism, based on the principles of reason, individualism, reasonable egoism and which is the intellectual justification of capitalist values ​​as opposed to the popular socialism at that time. In her political beliefs, Rand defended laissez-faire capitalism and minarchism, and considered the only legitimate function of the state to protect human rights (including property rights).  Bibliography Fiction Night of January 16th (1934) ISBN 0-452-26486-3 We the Living (1936) ISBN 0-451-18784-9 Anthem (1938) ISBN 0-451-19113-7 The Fountainhead (1943) ISBN 0-451-19115-3 Atlas Shrugged (1957) ISBN 0-451-19114-5 Nonfiction For the New Intellectual (1961) The Virtue of Selfishness (with Nathaniel Branden) (1964) Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal (with Nathaniel Branden, Alan Greenspan, and Robert Hessen) (1966) Introduction to Objectivist Epistemology (1967) The Romantic Manifesto (1969) The New Left: The Anti- Industrial Revolution (1971) Philosophy: Who Needs It posthumously edited by Leonard Peikoff (1982) Posthumous works The Early Ayn Rand (edited and with commentary by Leonard Peikoff) (1984) The Voice of Reason: Essays in Objectivist Thought (edited by Leonard Peikoff; additional essays by Leonard Peikoff and Peter Schwartz) (1989) Introduction to Objectivist Epistemology second edition (edited by Harry Binswanger; additional material by Leona rd Peikoff) (1990) Letters of Ayn Rand (edited by Michael S. Berliner) (1995) Journals of Ayn Rand (edited by David Harriman) (1997) Ayn Rand`s Marginalia: Her Critical Comments on the Writings of over Twenty Authors (edited by Robert Mayhew) (1998) The Ayn Rand Column: Written for the Los Angeles Times (edited by Peter Schwartz) (1998) Russian Writings on Hollywood (edited by Michael S. Berliner) (1999) Return of the Primitive : The Anti-Industrial Revolution (expanded edition of The New Left; edited and with additional essays by Peter Schwartz) (1999) The Art of Fiction (edited by Tore Boeckmann) (2000) The Art of Nonfiction (edited by Robert Mayhew) (2001) The Objectivism Research CD-ROM (collection of most of Rand & # 039; s works in CD-ROM format) (2001) Three Plays (2005) Ayn Rand Answers (edited by Robert Mayhew) (2005) Pages about the author: http://www.aynrand.ru/ (rus.) Http : //www.aynrandstudies.com/jars/index.asp (eng.)