EDITORIALS & ARTICLES
My Experience with the Library of Congress (February 13, 2002)
I myself, of course, will never offer further papers, whether Ayn Rand’s or my own, to the Library of Congress – partly out of an abiding sense of personal loss, and partly out of plain fear of the next penalty that might be visited on me in payment for any such bequest.
End States Who Sponsor Terrorism (October 2, 2001)
Published as a full-page advertisement in the New York Times on October 2, 2001.
Israel’s—and America’s— Fundamental Choice
The only practical policy in the Middle East rests upon the very opposite of moderation: the courage to act on moral principles.
Abortion Rights are Pro-life
Abortion rights advocates should not cede the terms “pro-life” and “right to life” to the anti-abortionists.
Why Christmas Should Be More Commercial
It is time to take the Christ out of Christmas.
Fanning the Flames of Terrorism
Clinton’s “anti-terrorist policy” should target governments, not individuals.
Iraq: The Wrong War
President Clinton’s air strike against Iraq is more than geographically misguided. Clinton is fighting the wrong country for the wrong reasons.
What Philosophy is, and How to Study It.
An excerpt from Leonard Peikoff’s Objectivism: The Philosophy of Ayn Rand.
ARTICLES FROM THE INTELLECTUAL ACTIVIST
AUGUST 1, 1981. VOL 2 NO 7
The Conservative Establishment — A Report
JUNE 30, 1982. VOL 2 NO 18
Interview with Leonard Peikoff
FEBRUARY 27, 1989. VOL 4 NO 20
Why Should One Act on Principle?
MAY 18, 1989. VOL 5 NO 1
Fact and Value
MARCH 1992. VOL 6 NO 2
Philosophy and the Real World Out There
MAY 1992. VOL 6 NO 3
Philosophy and the Real World Out There (Part II)
JULY 1992. VOL 6 NO 4
Some Notes About Tomorrow
SEPTEMBER 1992. VOL 6 NO 5
Some Notes About Tomorrow (Part II)
NOVEMBER 1994. VOL 8 NO 6
Modernism and Madness
NOVEMBER 1995. VOL 9 NO 6
Peikoff on the Simpson Verdict
JULY 1996. VOL 10 NO 4
A Philosopher Looks at the O.J. Verdict
SEPTEMBER 1996. VOL 10 NO 5
JULY 1997. VOL 11 NO 4
The “Mystery” of Heaven’s Gate
SEPTEMBER 1997. VOL 11 NO 5
Foreword to Journals of Ayn Rand
FEBRUARY 1999. VOL 13 NO 2
A Picture is Not an Argument
JOURNAL ARTICLES: THE OBJECTIVIST FORUM:
APRIL 1980. VOL 1 NO 2
The “Spirit of the Sixties”
APRIL 1981. VOL 2 NO 2
“Maybe You’re Wrong”
OCTOBER 1981. VOL 2 NO 5
An Exercise in Philosophical Detection (I)
DECEMBER 1981. VOL 2 NO 6
An Exercise in Philosophical Detection (II)
JUNE 1982. VOL 3 NO 3
OCTOBER 1983. VOL 4 NO 5
Assault from the Ivory Tower (I)
DECEMBER 1983. VOL 4 NO 6
Assault from the Ivory Tower (II)
JUNE 1984. VOL 5 NO 3
Ayn Rand’s Literary Style
OCTOBER 1984. VOL 5 NO 5
The American School: Why Johnny Can’t Think (I)
DECEMBER 1984. VOL 5 NO 6
The American School: Why Johnny Can’t Think (II)
APRIL 1985. VOL 6 NO 2
Medicine: The Death of a Profession (I)
JUNE 1985. VOL 6 NO 3
Medicine: The Death of a Profession (II)
OCTOBER 1985. VOL 6 NO 5
Philosophy and Psychology in History
JUNE 1986. VOL 7 NO 3
Religion Versus America
DECEMBER 1986. VOL 7 NO 6
Knowledge as Hierarchical
JUNE 1987. VOL 8 NO 3
My Thirty Years with Ayn Rand: An Intellectual Memoir
OCTOBER 1987. VOL 8 NO 5
Reason, Emotion, and the Arbitrary (I)
DECEMBER 1987. VOL 8 NO 6
Reason, Emotion, and the Arbitrary (II)
Health Care is Not a Right
(AFCM) Delivered by Leonard Peikoff, Ph.D. at a Town Hall Meeting on the Clinton Health Plan, Red Lion Hotel, Costa Mesa, CA, December 11, 1993.
The Philosophy of Objectivism: A Brief Summary A summary of Ayn Rand’s philosophy. (ARI Press, 1995)
What to do About Crime (Pamphlet)
Religion vs. America (ARI Press, 1997)
Why Businessmen Need Philosophy (ARI Press, 1999)