1. On LaRouche’s Discovery (June 22/23)

Introduction based on the original scientific discovery made by Lyndon LaRouche during the years 1948–52, refuting the concept of entropy advocated by Norbert Wiener and developing a concept of physical economy based on a study of Heraclitus, Plato, Riemann and Georg Cantor, which he later supplemented through a study of Nicolaus of Cusa. This study led LaRouche to oppose all monetarist theories associated with the British East India Company system of Free trade, globalization and post-industrial society and to embrace the physical economic approach of Gottfried Leibniz (Society and Economy) that later became the American System of Economics of Alexander Hamilton, from his more advanced scientific basis. This class will be given by Will Wertz.

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  • Zachary Hulayev
    commented 2018-06-24 18:24:04 -0400
    What was that Schiller quote again?
  • Daniel Richards
    commented 2018-06-24 11:37:55 -0400
    Thank you.
  • Judy Clark
    commented 2018-06-23 18:35:06 -0400
    I am so grateful that these classes are LIVE STREAMED, AND ARCHIVED for those who cannot get into the City, or to the other live audiences. It was fun to have the cross voice with the Houston campaign, and the DIALOGUE is always enriched when it opens up across the miles, and the time zones, or dare we use the word “borders?” Die Gedanken sindt Frei bespeaks of the true Principle of the power of ideas, in the search for the "higher hypothesis, the thirst can never be quenched! Thank you for presenting this exciting series of classes for all to follow and participate in the Dialogue: WHEREVER YOU ARE on EARTH — and perhaps even on the International Space Station?
  • Zachary Hulayev
    commented 2018-06-23 16:31:13 -0400
    This class and it’s discourse was indeed laudable. Thank You!
  • sydney morgan
    commented 2018-06-23 15:42:07 -0400
    Its me Sydney,

    Can be difficult to handle time, but what is time when thought with change, with higher fruit, so what I look for is thoughtabel, and no vision can come more the than the truthfull dialog between minds seeking in chang to better all on..
    Good class
    I wish

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