Dedicated to the understanding and advocacy of Ayn Rand's philosophy of Objectivism along the Front Range of the Colorado Rockies.
What We Do
- Objectivism Study Groups: FRO study groups meet every month along the Front Range to discuss Objectivist writings in a friendly atmosphere.
- Social Events: FRO organizes lively outings and socials for its active and potential members.
- Online Discussion: "FRODO" is a semi-moderated e-mail list for sharing news and activist opportunities.
In addition, individual FRO members organize Talks
featuring knowledgeable Objectivist speakers, host Fundraisers,
and are promoting Objectivist principles through Activism.
FRO was established in 1988 by Lin Zinser, now of the Ayn Rand Center for Individual Rights
in Washington, DC. From 2008 to 2012, FRO was lead by Diana Hsieh of Philosophy in Action
FRO Members Speak
"After reading Atlas Shrugged
, I was desiring to meet and discuss Ayn Rand's ideas with like-minded individuals. FRO more than fulfilled that desire for me. I am still very much a student of Objectivism, but being a member of FRO has helped me understand much of the philosophy in a short time, and apply it to my daily life." — Kelly Valenzuela, Financial Planning Assistant
"When I came to Colorado I felt an immediate sense of community with FRO. It is the most dedicated and best-organized Objectivist community group I've found in the country. It is, above all, an invaluable resource for the regular, interactive study of Objectivism--even for someone who's been already studying Objectivism for 15 years." — Ben B., Philosophy Professor.
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