The July 2013 issue of The Journal of Ayn Rand Studies has just come out in its new incarnation–new format, new Editors (Robert Campbell, Stephen Cox, Roderick Long, Chris Sciabarra), and new Board of Advisors. Here are the contents of the new issue:
- Editor’s Introduction, Chris Matthew Sciabarra
- “Rand, Paterson, and the Problem of Anarchism,” Stephen Cox
- “Little Prime Movers: The Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged as Young Adult Literature,” Will Stockton
- Robert L. Campbell reviews Jennifer Burns’s Goddess of the Market and Anne Heller’s Ayn Rand the World She Made.
- And an exchange between Dennis C. Hardin and Roger E. Bissell on Rand’s account of the differences between liberals and conservatives (near the end of her essay “Censorship: Local and Express,” in Philosophy: Who Needs It).
Congrats to everyone involved–it looks great, aesthetically and otherwise.
An IOU: I’m hoping to get to the queries in the comments re Hummel, Jesus, and Aristotle/Peter Singer/moral epistemology sometime within the next few days.