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Rand

(rand),
Gertrude, U.S. visual psychologist, 1886-1970. See: Hardy-Rand-Ritter test.

Rand

(rand),
M.J., 20th-century pharmacologist. See: Burn and Rand theory.
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Though Rand recalls a class in ancient philosophy taught by Lossky, there are no records of him teaching such a course.
In this case Rand herself reports youthful familiarity with Nietzsche's writing.
In Part Two, however, such influences are taken for granted: "Though Rand rejected much of the content of Lossky's philosophy, her own system retained an exhaustive and dialectical form that reflected her roots," writes Sciabarra.
No evidence that Rand was familiar with Lossky's philosophy has been provided, and only weak, conflicting evidence that she studied ancient philosophy with him.
It is true, and an important insight, that Ayn Rand had a keen eye for the shared premise underlying "false alternatives.
Yet the language of Kantian/Hegelian "dialectic," a language Ayn Rand explicitly attacked, is repeatedly used by Sciabarra to characterize her method.
2295, for Rand McNally/ CO: Rand McNally ST: Illinois, Michigan IN: REA SU: PDT
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Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies is a sector of Ingersoll-Rand Company Limited, a global provider of products, services and solutions to industries as diverse as transportation, manufacturing, food retailing, construction and agriculture.
Rand prices are reducing due to the exchange rate and softening world markets.
In Southern Africa, the strong Rand would continue to put pressure on revenue and margins.