PRODUCERS ONLY: Help Interview Dr. David Kelley

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*** EXCLUSIVE: For Gulch Producers ONLY ***

Over the past few weeks, we’ve interviewed a few of the 2015 Atlas Summit featured speakers. Who better for us to interview however than the keynote speaker himself, the founder of the Atlas Society, Dr. David Kelley.

David has agreed to a no holds barred interview and we have every intention of getting into everything from politics to religion to the Atlas Society / ARI rift.

We’ll be delivering questions to David this weekend so… now’s the time. Ask’em if you got’em.

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The Atlas Society was founded in 1990 by Dr. David Kelley under the name “Institute for Objectivist Studies.” David Kelley is a professional philosopher, teacher, speaker, bestselling author, and long time proponent of Objectivism. He served as a consultant on all three parts of the Atlas Shrugged Trilogy.

A member of Ayn Rand's circle, Kelley read her favorite poem, "If—", by Rudyard Kipling, at her funeral in 1982.

Kelley has lectured at Vassar, Harvard, Yale, Berkeley, and Amherst just to name a few. His books include:

- “A Life if One’s Own” (
- “Unrugged Individualism: The Selfish Basis for Benevolence” ( )
- “The Contested Legacy of Ayn Rand” ( )
- “The Evidence of the Senses” ( )
- “The Art of Reasoning” ( )

In addition, Kelley has written countless articles on philosophy, social issues, and public policy which have appeared in publications like Harper’s, Reason, and the Harvard Business Review.

Find David here in Galt’s Gulch under the username DavidKelley (

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Early bird rates end May 18th!

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