05 June

by Meghan Rouillard

In LaRouche’s recent report “A Lesson from Furtwängler: The World's Breakdown-Crisis Is Now” he continues the discussion of the “Furtwangler principle” which he has contrasted to a methodological fallacy which is pervasive in not only the domain of art, science, and economics as independent areas of study and practice, but which pervades the culture as a whole.

29 May

An Exploration into the Furtwängler Principle

by Matthew Ogden · May 18th, 2012

In recent writings, Lyndon LaRouche has identified the musical performance of Wilhelm Furtwängler as the most efficient means by which we can escape "the prison of sense experience". The fact that our mental experience of classical music contradicts the assumed sequence of chronological "clock time", and the fact that in, for example, the recorded performances of Furtwängler, the sufficiently sensitive mind can "hear"...

07 May

By Benjamin Deniston

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Will those fighting on behalf of the common aims of mankind succeed in redirecting the focus of international efforts at this time of grave crisis?

02 May

by Meghan Rouillard

Lyndon LaRouche doesn’t exaggerate when he makes the following claim about Russian reductionist biologist Alexander Oparin “a public figure who remains on record to this date, as a thoroughly wrong-headed and bitter adversary of V.I. Vernadsky”-- from his recent report Dreams of a Modern Nero :

The Basement Project began in 2006 as a core team of individuals tasked with the study of Kepler's New Astronomy, laying the scientific foundations for an expanded study of the LaRouche-Riemann Science of Physical Economics. Now, that team has expanded both in number, and in areas of research, probing various elements and aspects of the Science of Physical Economy, and delivering in depth reports, videos, and writings for the shaping of economic policy.