Register for Live-streaming! I am very happy to inform you that The Atlas Summit that is going to be held in the following days in Washington, D.C. is going to be available for Live-streaming.Here is a link to the Speaker Bios and information on the topic of their talks.
I am very exciting about this event since I will be talking this time on the History of Capitalism in two sessions. I will be more than happy if you can join and send any questions during the Q&A Sessions: The History of Capitalism 1 and The History of Capitalism 2
If you can’t be in D.C. for the Atlas Summit you can still view all of the presentations by purchasing a live-streaming ticket. You will even be able of submitting questions for the Q&A sessions.Cost: $99 for entire conference.Students: $19 for entire conference. Sign up now!
WHEN: June 29-July 1, 2012
WHERE: Renaissance Hotel, Washington, D.C.
WHO: individuals from all around the world interested in learning Objectivist values and ideas.
FROM: The Atlas Society
OFFICIAL WEBSITE: Atlas Society Summer Seminar 2012
THEME: “Either-Or“. “Either-Or” is an affirmation of Aristotelian logic, particularly the tenets of the Law of identity (A = A; a thing is identical to itself), the Law of excluded middle (either A or not-A; a thing is either something or not that thing, no third option), and the Law of noncontradiction (not both A and not-A; a thing cannot be both true and not true in the same instant).
For this Seminar The Atlas Society will provide seminar scholarships to worthy students.
I am also very pleased to announce that I will have the honor of being part of this excellent group of lecturers (Click here to view entire program). In the two lectures I will discuss what is the real history of Capitalism. Te goal of my talk is that all attendees will be able of explaining accurately why and how Capitalism is a social system that has never existed in its full, perfect, and unregulated form. In Part 1, we will explore the growth and flourishing of the ideas of free-market capitalism in the 18th and 19th centuries. In Part 2, we will ook at the assault against capitalism in the 20th century and consider where we find ourselves today.
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