How to Think about Current Events | 2024

Lead Faculty
Yaron Brook

Lead Faculty
Onkar Ghate


In the age of social media everyone’s a self-proclaimed pundit, tweeting or posting on current events whether or not they possess any relevant knowledge or expertise. Meanwhile, our culture is saturated with stale, conventional thinking. People are taken in far too easily by false alternatives, tribalism, and superficial perspectives utterly lacking in nuance or principle. In this course, Yaron Brook and Onkar Ghate will share their insights into how they approach thinking about current events, how they acquire sufficient knowledge to comment meaningfully on any given topic, and how they use Objectivism as a lens to clarify even the thorniest of issues.

Prerequisites: To enroll in this course students must have completed an Objectivism Seminar course.

12 – 2 pm PT, on select Mondays and Wednesdays

Live Class

October 9, 2023

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