Ayn Rand University /


January 16

Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 12 - 1:15 pm PT



Start Date

Live Class


Course Description

Topics include perception as the inerrant foundation of the conceptual faculty and of conceptual knowledge; the question of the validity of the senses; presentationalism vs. representationalism; the three skeptical attacks on perception; sensations and perception; the (partial) integration of J. J. Gibson’s work on perception with Objectivism; the primacy of perception.

Class Recordings

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