The Power of Reason

Mr. LaRouche has written many books detailing his proposals for development of civilization from Earth outward to the planets, but this book gives extraordinary insight into how he came to make his discoveries and how he decided upon the ...

The Power of Reason

Author: Lyndon LaRouche

Publisher: Executive Intelligence Review

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Page: 200

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In this first autobiography, written in 1979, Lyndon LaRouche discusses the processes by which he came to make revolutionary discoveries in physical economy and history; how he tested his discoveries against the failing authorities of his time; and how he set about to build an organization to spread the truthful methodology he developed across civilization as a whole. Mr. LaRouche has written many books detailing his proposals for development of civilization from Earth outward to the planets, but this book gives extraordinary insight into how he came to make his discoveries and how he decided upon the unique course of action which now is reflected in the adoption of many of his proposals by a majority of the world’s nation states.

The Power of Reason 1988

This is not to suggest that such prospective candidates as Vice President George Bush and Senator Robert Dole are lacking in intelligence or executive abilities.

The Power of Reason 1988

Author: Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Publisher: Executive Intelligence Review

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Page: 331

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From the Author’s Foreword, 1987 During the course of the past nearly twenty years, I have become perhaps the most controversial among the influential international figures of this decade. Unlike all of the other leading candidates for the U.S. presidency since 1945, I am an influential original thinker. This is not to suggest that such prospective candidates as Vice President George Bush and Senator Robert Dole are lacking in intelligence or executive abilities. For the past forty years, the successful candidates for the presidency have been persons who, in the customary manner of speaking, advanced their political career up to that point, by doing “the right thing at the right time,” saying and doing nothing which will make enemies among important factions of the “establishment.” Bush and Dole, for example have adapted to those rules for success under ordinary conditions. However, this is a crisis; in such crises, what is customarily successful becomes a failure. Our nation has once again entered into a time when only the unusual succeeds, and the usual fails. We have entered into a period of crisis in which only original thinkers are qualified to lead. On paper, our nation is a constitutional democratic republic. In reality, it has not been such a republic for approximately one hundred years, certainly not since the sweeping changes in our form of government introduced during the presidency of Theodore Roosevelt. Most of the time, the policies of government, the selection of most leading candidates for federal office, and the majority of popular opinion, have been regulated by behind-the-scenes committees representing what is called “the establishment.” Under this arrangement, candidates for leading office present themselves, like job applicants for corporate executive appointments, to this “establishment.” The “establishment” either gives such candidates permission to campaign, or “not at this time.” If given such permission, the candidate so “authorized” seeks backing for his or her election by the “establishment,” by proving to the “establishment” that he or she can “sell” the policy which the establishment has decided to push at that time. ... I began to understand this in 1947. ... I wished General Dwight Eisenhower to campaign for the 1948 Democratic nomination. The general replied to me, stating agreement with my policy arguments in support of his candidacy, but informing me his candidacy was not appropriate at that time. There is no doubt that Eisenhower could have won the 1948 nomination and election by a landslide, had the “establishment” permitted him to campaign. …

What Would Aristotle Do

In this uplifting guide, a philosopher offers a commonsense approach to using "rational medicine, " in the tradition of Aristotle, as a means of attaining greater freedom and control over one's life.

What Would Aristotle Do

Author: Elliot D. Cohen

Publisher: Pyr Books

ISBN: 9781591020707

Page: 251

View: 830

In this uplifting guide, a philosopher offers a commonsense approach to using "rational medicine, " in the tradition of Aristotle, as a means of attaining greater freedom and control over one's life.

Reason 5 Power

This comprehensive guide shows you how to get the most out of this popular music production program, while providing insights and tips that not only teach you the program but will help you make better music.

Reason 5 Power

Author: Michael Prager

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 1435458621

Page: 624

View: 805

Get ready to put the power of Reason 5 to work! This comprehensive guide shows you how to get the most out of this popular music production program, while providing insights and tips that not only teach you the program but will help you make better music.

Think Better

This short, accessible volume unlocks the dynamics of human reason, helping readers to think critically and to use reason confidently to solve problems.

Think Better

Author: Ulrich L. Lehner

Publisher: Baker Academic

ISBN: 1493433458

Page: 192

View: 833

In a world dominated by half-truths, illogic, and intellectual laziness, Think Better helps readers understand what reason is and how to use it well. Reason is a powerful tool not only for finding our way in an increasingly complex world but also for growing intellectually and emotionally. This short, accessible volume unlocks the dynamics of human reason, helping readers to think critically and to use reason confidently to solve problems. It enables readers to think more clearly and precisely about the world and tackles a number of profound philosophical questions without getting bogged down with jargon. Topics include knowledge, identity, leadership, creativity, and empathy. Written in an accessible style that integrates philosophy, illustrations, personal anecdotes, and statistical data, this book is well suited for use in undergraduate, classical school, and home school contexts. It is an invaluable guide for anyone interested in gaining better reasoning skills and a more rational approach to life.

Law Justice and Power

This volume provides different disciplinary and cultural perspectives on the ethical and political ramifications of the incommensurable yet inextricable relationships among law, justice, and power.

Law  Justice  and Power

Author: Sinkwan Cheng

Publisher: Stanford University Press

ISBN: 9780804748919

Page: 278

View: 687

This volume provides different disciplinary and cultural perspectives on the ethical and political ramifications of the incommensurable yet inextricable relationships among law, justice, and power.

Reason 4 Power

This comprehensive guide shows you how to get the most out of this popular music production program, while providing insights and tips that not only teach you the program but will help you make better music.

Reason 4 Power

Author: Michael Prager

Publisher: Muska/Lipman

ISBN: 9781598634778

Page: 664

View: 896

Get ready to put the power of Reason 4 to work! This comprehensive guide shows you how to get the most out of this popular music production program, while providing insights and tips that not only teach you the program but will help you make better music. You’ll start with a brief introduction to the basics of computer music and putting together your studio and then quickly move on to the business of creating a song. You’ll explore all the various tools and synths that Reason offers, including the Sequencer, reMix, Redrum, Subtractor, Malström, Thor, NN-19 and NN-XT, the Matrix, RPG-8, the Combinator, the MClass mastering suite, and much, much more. By the time you’re finished, you’ll be ready to synchronize Reason with other music-making programs, use automation, and mix and publish your creations to CD or to the Web.

The Oracle of Reason Or Philosophy Vindicated

I will begin with the "philosophic idea of power," so much insisted upon by Mr.
Mackintosh. His words are these : "The idea of an unknown cause or causes,
which, taken in a collective sense, may signify a number of causes co-operating
or ...

The Oracle of Reason  Or  Philosophy Vindicated

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Reason 7 Power

A guide to the music production application covers such topics as installation and configuration, creating a song, using the sequencer, mixing, and sampling electronic music.

Reason 7 Power

Author: G. W. Childs, IV

Publisher: Course Technology

ISBN: 9781285866574

Page: 280

View: 891

A guide to the music production application covers such topics as installation and configuration, creating a song, using the sequencer, mixing, and sampling electronic music.

Power Tools for Reason 3 0

A Combinator chapter discusses new synthesis, effect configurations, and methods used in the patches from the updated Factory Soundbank Library. This book delivers advanced production techniques to experienced Reason users.

Power Tools for Reason 3 0

Author: Kurt Kurasaki

Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation

ISBN: 9780879308612

Page: 311

View: 480

(Power Tools). This definitive guide provides tips for producing music using Reason, one of the most popular virtual-studio programs. This second edition explores new features of the latest version, and projects from the earlier edition incorporate the new devices and samples. Revisions reflect the features added with the MClass Compressor, Maximizer, and Equalizer devices, while a new chapter on audio mastering discusses the use of these devices. A Combinator chapter discusses new synthesis, effect configurations, and methods used in the patches from the updated Factory Soundbank Library. This book delivers advanced production techniques to experienced Reason users.