archived issues

FEBRUARY 2009 ISSUE.

  • LaRouche – My Early Encounter with Leibniz:
    On Monadology
  • Stuart – Reflecting on History:
    Why You Should Know Pierre de Fermat
  • Fermat – Correspondence

DECEMBER 2008 ISSUE.

  • Kirsch – The Calling of Elliptical Functions
  • LaRouche – On the Subject of “Insight”
  • Gauss – Third Demonstration of the F.T.A.
  • Gauss – Letter to Bessel, Dec 18, 1811
  • Bernoulli – The First Integral Calculus
  • Vance – Exclusive Interview with René Descartes

AUGUST 2008 BOOK.

  • Ross – Introduction
  • Fermat – Complete Correspondence on Light

APRIL 2008 ISSUE.

  • LaRouche – Vernadsky and Dirichlet’s Principle
  • Deniston – The Magnificence Behind the Sphere:
    An Initial Treatment of the Pentagramma Mirificum
  • Rouillard – Sphaerics vs. “The Bubble”
  • Kästner – Spherical Geometry, from his Anfangsgründe
  • Gauss – Jubilee Paper on the F.T.A.

JANUARY 2008 ISSUE.

  • LaRouche – Life Within the Noösphere: What is the Human Mind?
  • Shields – What Exactly is a Human Being?
    Analog, Digital, and Transcendental
  • Jones – How Weiner Attempted to Kill Science
  • Martinson – Where Your Computers Really Came From
  • Ross – Traveling the Unbeaten Path: Part IV of the Astronomia Nova
  • Fugate – The Intention of the Mean Anomaly
  • Halevy – Kepler: Transcending the Infinite

SEPTEMBER 2007 ISSUE.

  • LaRouche – Music & Statecraft: How Space is Organized:
    The Fight About the Infinitessimal
  • Fansler – An Arc of Knowability:
    The Problem of Cubic Roots
  • Kästner – Selections from the Anfangsgründe
  • Landry – Kepler’s Discovery, or the Hoof-Print of Incompetence?
  • Chronology of a Hoax: The Case of “Kepler for Dummies”

JUNE 2007 ISSUE.

  • LaRouche – The Tragedy of Leonhard Euler
  • Kirsch – A Scientific Problem: Reclaiming the Soul of Gauss
  • Kästner – Some Geometrical Writings of Nicolaus of Cusa
  • Kästner – Cardinal Cusa’s Dialogue on Static Experiments

MARCH 2007 ISSUE.

  • Vander Nat – De Astronomia
  • Cross – Never Metaphysics I Didn’t Like
  • Ross – The Fallacy of the Equant
  • Ross – Physics, Not Statistics:
    Kepler’s Paradoxical Return to the Equant
  • Steger – A Preliminary Investigation of the LaRouche-Riemann Method

DECEMBER 2006 ISSUE.

  • Halevy – Mapping What’s Invisible
  • Lopez – On How to Do a Stereographic Projection
  • Brown – Are You Living an Imaginary Existence?
  • Gauss – A General Theory of Earth’s Magnetism

OCTOBER 2006 ISSUE.

  • LaRouche – Actually Relive History!
  • Mason – A Proposal … to Recreate the Discoveries of Aristarchus and Eratosthenes
  • Kirsch and Yule – Experimental Metaphysics:
    Leibniz’s Infinitesimal Captive
  • Ross – The Inertia of Descartes’ Mind
  • Martinson – A Very Useful Discovery Using Leibniz’s Calculus
  • Quiroga and McGrath – The New Biology