Category Archives: Education

LPAC Class Series – Class #6: Vladimir Vernadsky: The Biosphere and the Noösphere

  In this final presentation, we take up LaRouche’s relationship to Vladimir Vernadsky, who developed the concepts of the biosphere and the noösphere. Can study of the evolution of advanced life on this planet provide insights into the development of … Continue reading

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LPAC Class Series – Class #5, Feb 2: Friedrich Schiller, The Poet of Freedom

  Speaker: Will Wertz In his essay entitled “Can We Change the Universe?” Lyndon LaRouche wrote: “Schiller’s greatest achievement, beyond what Shakespeare accomplished at his best, lies in Schiller’s degree of emphasis upon the principle of the sublime.” The fundamental … Continue reading

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Class #4: What, Exactly, Is This “Creativity” That Is the True Source of all Economic Value?

  Join us live at 2pm eastern on Saturday. Schiller Institute music director John Sigerson will teach our fourth class. Physical economist and statesman Lyndon LaRouche has dedicated his life to insisting that it is not enough, to merely assert that … Continue reading

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LPAC Class Series #3, Jan 19: Why Do We Need Nation-States?

SPEAKER: Will Wertz Is the nation-state a historical accident, or a useful discovery, akin to a technology? The thinker most individually responsible for the Golden Renaissance, Nicolaus of Cusa, was also instrumental in creating the concept of the nation. Themes … Continue reading

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The Creative Powers of the Human Mind Reflect a Principle of the Universe as a Whole

  Join us LIVE on Saturday, January 5, at 2pm eastern. The first class of our new class series will focus on LaRouche’s demonstration that the creative powers of the human mind reflect an underlying, ontological, creative principle in the universe … Continue reading

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Class Series: Could YOU design a New Bretton Woods?

  Lyndon LaRouche has called on the United States, Russia, China, and India to work together for a huge, biggest-ever reform of the world economy. Looking back to FDR’s ideas to end colonialism at the end of WWII, LaRouche calls … Continue reading

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Wow -Education

An email sent to our website recently deserves a brief response.  The email is as follows: Name: wow Email: douche@mail.com Comment: You’re so uneducated it’s not even funny. Time: July 21, 2018 at 11:14 pm IP Address: 72.224.159.192 Contact Form … Continue reading

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ECONOMISTS WHO WERE USUALLY STUPID

The following document is an un-edited, pre-release. Extended Remarks & Facts: By Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. March 8, 2014 Notably, references made here, must begin with these following, necessarily, multiply extended, prefatory remarks. These are made respecting those matters, which … Continue reading

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THE INCOMPETENCE OF TWENTIETH CENTURY SCIENCE EDUCATION

A General High-Tech Recovery Solution by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. March 28, 2014 A great, and largely continuing catastrophe for all modern science throughout the world, had begun, in Paris, France, at the opening of the Twentieth Century. It had … Continue reading

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DEFEND THE IRISH UNIVERSITY – A Charter for Action

Visit the WEBSITE and sign the petition. The Irish university is in crisis, through massive under-funding combined with commercialisation and managerialism. We ask you to sign this set of principles to support us in defending third level education in Ireland. 1. … Continue reading

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