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The Voice of Reason


The Voice of Reason

For the episode of The Outer Limits, see The Voice of Reason (The Outer Limits).

The Voice of Reason
File:The Voice of Reason (cover).jpg
The paperback edition
Author Ayn Rand, edited by Leonard Peikoff
Country United States
Language English
Subject Philosophy
Published 1989 (New American Library)
Media type Print
Pages 353 (hardcover)
ISBN ISBN 0-453-00634-5 (hardcover)
OCLC Number 18048955

The Voice of Reason: Essays in Objectivist Thought is a collection of essays by Ayn Rand, Leonard Peikoff, and Peter Schwartz, edited by Leonard Peikoff. It appeared in 1989.

The essays by Rand originally appeared in a variety of places, including Rand's newspaper column and in The Objectivist Newsletter, The Objectivist, The Ayn Rand Letter, and The Objectivist Forum.

The essays by Peikoff are based on his talks at the Ford Hall Forum in Boston, which he carried on after Rand. Schwartz's essay is an expanded version of an article in The Intellectual Activist.

This book is volume five of the "Ayn Rand Library" series edited by Peikoff.

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