The Minnesota Objectivist Association is a group of individuals dedicated to understanding and advancing Ayn Rand's philosophy of Objectivism. Groups meet regularly to study Objectivism, plan and discuss local and national activism, and socialize. We encourage you to find out more about Ayn Rand and Objectivism at the Ayn Rand Institute's website.
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Wondering where to start?
Are you wondering where to begin learning more about Ayn Rand and her ideas and the philosophy of Objectivism? The best place to start is to read Ayn Rand's most famous novels, The Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged. You can also read some non-fiction like The Virtue of Selfishness and Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal. These are a collection of essays that address issues of ethics, economics, politics and more.
Lectures and Events
Please check out these links to find out more about our current and upcoming events. Besides our regular study and reading groups, MOA also supports and promotes speakers sponsored by The Ayn Rand Study Group at the University of Minnesota. We also participate in a variety of community events like Tea Parties and the annual Tax Cut Rally. You can find out more about all these events by following these links.
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