Sep 21, Branden on Objectivism

Max More (
Sun, 15 Sep 1996 01:40:36 -0700 (MST)

This appeared on the ExI-LA list, but it thought it might be of interest to
those further away. This is Nathaniel Branden's first public talk on
Objectivism since the notorious split with Ayn Rand in 1968. Several LA
Extropians, and perhaps N. Cal Extropians will be going to listen.

Max More

> California Institute for Applied Objectivism
> 8721 Santa Monica Blvd., Box 225, Los Angeles CA 90069
>Who: Nathaniel Branden, PhD
>What: speaking on "Objectivism, Past and Future" (Q&A follows)
>When: Saturday, Sep. 21, 2:00-6:00 pm
>Where: Doubletree Hotel (Wilshire/Selby), Los Angeles
>Price: $15 / person if pay by Sep. 11; $25 at the door (if space avail.)
> mail check or money order to above address
> The Doubletree Hotel is located in Los Angeles at 10740 Wilshire Blvd.,
> just a few blocks east of the 405 freeway. Parking inside the Doubletree
> has been arranged at the reduced rate of $4 / car.
>About the sponsor:
> The California Institute for Applied Objectivism (CIAO) is a Los Angeles
>based nonprofit organization founded to promote applied Objectivism among
>admirers of Ayn Rand's philosophy who live in southern California. Its
>primary mission is to produce regular lectures by leading Objectivist
>intellectuals, such as David Kelley, Robert James Bidinotto, David Ross,
>Ronald Merrill and Tibor Machan.
> The first event will be, in part, an opportunity for local supporters
>to provide us with information about what they would like from an
>Objectivist organization. Possible activities include producing seminars,
>discussion groups, recreational events, singles groups, and business/
>professional subgroups.
> For more information about CIAO -- or to be added to our permanent
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