ITOE, Part II continues the intensive study of Rand’s theory of knowledge begun in ITOE, Part I, and covers the later material in Ayn Rand’s Introduction to Objectivist Epistemology: Leonard Peikoff’s essay “The Analytic-Synthetic Dichotomy” and the Appendix to the second edition. (The 200-page Appendix consists of excerpts from three of the four “Workshops on Objectivist Epistemology,” that Rand conducted in 1969 -1971.) This is an intermediate to advanced course (“300 level”) and presupposes successful completion of at least two other philosophy courses, including ITOE Part I.
Prerequisites: To enroll in this course students must have completed an Objectivism Seminar course. ITOE, Part I is strongly recommended but not required.
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