New JARS: Ayn Rand Among the Austrians
Volume 6, Number 2 of The Journal of Ayn Rand Studies has just been published. This Spring 2005 issue is the second of two symposia celebrating the Ayn Rand Centenary. It is entitled"Ayn Rand Among the Austrians," and it features the articles and contributors listed below. This landmark anthology surveys Rand's relationship to key thinkers in the Austrian school of economics, including Ludwig von Mises, Murray N. Rothbard, and F. A. Hayek. (Some of our L&P colleagues are among the contributors to the issue.)
Spring 2005 Table of Contents
Centenary Symposium, Part II
Introduction: Ayn Rand Among the Austrians - Chris Matthew Sciabarra and Larry J. Sechrest [a PDF version of this article is available online here.]
Ayn Rand and Ludwig von Mises - George Reisman
Ayn Rand and Austrian Economics: Two Peas in a Pod - Walter Block
Alan Greenspan: Rand, Republicans, and Austrian Critics - Larry J. Sechrest
Praxeology: Who Needs It - Roderick T. Long
Subjectivism, Intrinsicism, and Apriorism: Rand Among the Austrians? - Richard C. B. Johnsson
Menger, Mises, Rand, and Beyond - Edward W. Younkins
Two Worlds at Once: Rand, Hayek, and the Ethics of the Micro- and Macro-cosmos - Steven Horwitz
Our Unethical Constitution - Candice E. Jackson
Teaching Economics Through Ayn Rand: How the Economy is Like a Novel and How the Novel Can Teach Us About Economics - Peter J. Boettke
Reply to William Thomas: An Economist Responds - Leland B. Yeager
Rejoinder to Leland B. Yeager: Clarity and the Standard of Ethics - William Thomas
For article abstracts, click here.
For contributor biographies, click here.
For information on subscriptions, click here.
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Chris Matthew Sciabarra - 3/15/2005
Novelist and screenwriter Silliphant had written an unproduced adaptation of Rand's ATLAS SHRUGGED. Apparently, that script was to be the basis of a TV miniseries on NBC, which was canceled.
I don't know much else about the Silliphant-Rand relationship, except that Rand loved his screenplay for "In the Heat of the Night," and was very happy with his ATLAS adaptation.
Kenneth R Gregg - 3/14/2005
I don't think I ever asked you about the connection between Silliphant and Rand. I believe they broke off their association before Nathan and Barbara were involved with her.
Was their relationship close? I've heard a few stories here and there, but nothing definite. I once asked Barbara Branden the above question when she was working on her biography. Don't think she had a clear answer, though.
Just a thought.
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