WHEN:
SATURDAY, June 16, 2012 7:00 PM Arrival Time

TOPIC:
Objectivism’s View of Competition
Trial Run of Talk for the Atlas Summit 2012
By Jackie Hazelton
Please attend if you can to give me your feedback so I don’t embarrass myself.  If you can’t attend but would like to review the talk, let me know and I will email you a copy.

ABSTRACT:
What is competition?  Rand did not provide us with a definition.  However, Rand had very definite ideas about what competition was and wasn’t.  In this talk, Jackie Hazelton will paint a picture of Rand’s view of competition based on her writings, and then analyze how Rand’s view agrees or disagrees with the commonly understood notion of competition.

READING:
Rand’s writing on competition is scattered throughout her writings.  The most applicable essay is
“The ‘Conflicts’ of Men’s Interests” from
The Virtue of Selfishness

WHERE:
Jackie & Lyman Hazelton’s Home
480-516-3281
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QUESTIONS:
Jackie Hazelton
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(e) AZObjectivists_at_cox_dot_net

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BRING:
Snacks or beverage to share or a monetary donation.