Introduction
Harmonies and Solids
Chapters 3 and 4
Chapter 5
Harmony of the World
Chapter 9
A Dissonant Harmony

©2006 LaRouche Youth L.L.P.
The Harmony of the World
BOOK V

ON THE MOST PERFECT HARMONY OF THE HEAVENLY MOTIONS

 

Galen, On The Function of Parts, Book III:

I am undertaking a holy discourse, a true hymn to God our Creator, believing that piety consists not in my sacrificing a great many hecatombs of bulls to Him, nor in my offering innumerable scents and spices; but in my first learning myself, and then teaching others, both His greatness in wisdom, His greatness in power, and His nature in goodness. For I take as demonstration of the most absolute goodness the wish to embellish all things with the greatest possible adornment, and to envy no man his goods; and I honor Him as good accordingly; and furthermore I take it as a demonstration of outstanding wisdom, to seek out everything by which He might be adorned to the utmost; and finally as a demonstration of irresistible power, to carry out all that He had ordained.



Introduction