Irfan Khawaja received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Politics from Princeton University in 1991, and his Master of Arts degree in Philosophy from the University of Notre Dame in 1994, where he is currently registered as a doctoral student. His dissertation is entitled "Why be Moral? Revisiting An Old Question, Posing a New One." The dissertation is an exploration, from an Objectivist perspective, of methodological issues pertaining to the foundations of ethics. During the 1998-1999 academic year, Khawaja worked on the editorial staff of the Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic. Currently, he is adjunct professor of philosophy at The College of New Jersey. His interest in Objectivism and in philosophy began as a freshman in college when he read, and was overwhelmed by, Nietzsche's "Twilight of the Idols" and Ayn Rand's "The New Left: The Anti-Industrial Revolution."
Whose Liberalism? Which Individualism?: Review of Colin Bird's The Myth of Liberal Individualism
Transcripts of the First Online Conference
Objectivism Versus Conservativism: Four Letters
The Proper Function of Government: Two Newspaper Columns
Smoking, Irrationality, and Coercion: Three Letters
Man As An Individualist Animal: A Review of Tibor Machan's Classical Individualism
Tom Bethell on Objectivist Individualism: A Response
Comments on Tara Smith'sViable Values
BBTC Chapter 5: Value-Significance
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