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LaRouche Legacy Foundation Announces Release of Vol. II of Lyndon LaRouche Collected Works

April 8, 2024 (EIRNS)—The LaRouche Legacy Foundation is pleased to announce the publication of Volume II of Lyndon LaRouche Collected Works. Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., who passed away in February 2019, was a prolific writer, speaker, and thinker, who made unique contributions to the fields of economics, classical culture, history, philosophy, and science. This second volume of his Collected Works brings together 17 articles chosen from the wealth of his writings which focus on questions of culture.

LaRouche’s discoveries of the principles of classical culture and creativity were inextricably linked with his unique economic discoveries, which were the subject of Volume I of his Collected Works. “LaRouche is the thinker who overcame the artificial separation between natural science and humanities, and led the way back to universal thinking,” LaRouche’s wife Helga Zepp-LaRouche writes in her introduction to this volume. “It is all about the development of creativity, this ability that makes people truly free, free within themselves.”

The works included in this volume span more than 30 years, and range from full-length essays on the principles at the foundation of Classical artistic composition, to never-before-published memos on the foundations of the process of musical rehearsal and performance. Several take up the question of culture, statecraft and politics, always with the aim of offering, as he wrote, “a method of action” to inspire us “to shake off the sick world out there to be rebuilt.”

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