Leibniz VI: Leibniz and the New World, and His Legacy Today



Join us for the last in a series of six presentations on the life and work of the great scientist and economist Gottfried Leibniz, who was a key inspiration to the early Lyndon LaRouche. Today, the topic is the New World, and Leibniz’s legacy in “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness,” and his opposition to the terrible ideas of such as John Locke, whose thoughts still pollute American thinking today. Full series playlist.

Additional references:
• Graham Lowry, How the Nation Was Won
• Phil Valenti, “The Anti-Newtonian Roots of the American Revolution” (pdf)
• David Shavin, “Leibniz to Franklin ‘On Happiness’
• LaRouchePAC Space page

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