Volume 13, Number 2 (Issue 26, December 2013) of The Journal of Ayn Rand Studies is the current issue, featuring exciting new essays on induction, Anthem, egoism, economics, and the tension between modern physics and Objectivism.  Reviews of books (The DIM Hypothesis and Essays on Ayn Rand's "The Fountainhead") and an exchange on anarchism (between co-editors Roderick T. Long and Stephen Cox) round out the issue.  JSTOR has it online already and subscribers will receive hard copies within the coming week.

Volume 14, Number 1 (Issue 27, July 2014) promises to be among our best issues yet. It continues our collaboration with Pennsylvania State University Press (PSUP), which, since 2013, has entered manage the journal's design, production, distribution, and subscription fulfillment for print and online editions.  (Check out our new 2014 price schedule here.)  We look forward to many more succesful years to come . . .

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