Volume 8 (2006-2007)

Volume 8, No. 1 – Fall 2006 (Issue #15) TABLE OF CONTENTS DE-MYSTIFYING EMOTION: INTRODUCING THE AFFECT THEORY OF SILVAN TOMKINS TO OBJECTIVISTS, pp. 1-18 A special video presentation This article features a special video presentation, “The 9 Innate Affects … Continue reading

Volume 7 (2005-2006)

Volume 7, No. 1 – Fall 2005 (Issue #13) TABLE OF CONTENTS THE RAND TRANSCRIPT, REVISITED, pp. 1-17 CHRIS MATTHEW SCIABARRA In an examination of recently recovered materials from Russian archival sources, Sciabarra expands on his earlier studies of Rand’s … Continue reading

Volume 6 (2004-2005)

Volume 6, No. 1 – Fall 2004 (Issue #11) Centenary Symposium, Part I: Ayn Rand: Literary and Cultural Impact A discussion of Ayn Rand’s literary and cultural impact. This symposium is the first of two commemorating the centenary of Ayn … Continue reading

Volume 5 (2003-2004)

Volume 5, No. 1 – Fall 2003 (Issue #9) Symposium on “Rand, Rush, and Rock” A discussion of the philosophical and cultural relationship between Ayn Rand and progressive rock, prompted by an exchange over Chris Matthew Sciabarra’s Fall 2002 essay, … Continue reading

Volume 3 (2001-2002)

Volume 3, No. 1 – Fall 2001 (Issue #5) TABLE OF CONTENTS ON HUMAN CAPABILITY, pp. 1-27 RON BEADLE and MARTYN DYER-SMITH The authors discuss the understanding of human capability posited by two elitist thinkers: Elliott Jaques and Ayn Rand. … Continue reading

Volume 1 (1999-2000)

Volume 1, No. 1 – Fall 1999 (Issue #1) The first issue of The Journal of Ayn Rand Studies appeared in Fall 1999. Though our design has changed, we preserve the image of that first issue: TABLE OF CONTENTS THE … Continue reading


(In alphabetical order.) David T. Beito History, University of AlabamaProfilePublications Peter J. Boettke Economics and Philosophy, George Mason UniversityProfilePublications < Susan Love Brown Anthropology, Florida Atlantic UniversityProfilePublications Douglas J. Den Uyl Philosophy, The Liberty FundProfilePublications Hannes Hólmsteinn Gissurarson Politics, University … Continue reading