FIDELIO Back Issues
From the first issue, dated Winter 1992, featuring Lyndon LaRouche on “The Science of Music: The Solution to Plato’s Paradox of ‘The One and the Many,’” to the final issue of Spring/Summer 2006, a “Symposium on Edgar Allan Poe and the Spirit of the American Revolution,’’ Fidelio magazine gave voice to the Schiller Institute’s intention to create a new Golden Renaissance.
The title of the magazine, is taken from Beethoven’s great opera, which celebrates the struggle for political freedom over tyranny. Fidelio was founded at the time that LaRouche and several of his close associates were unjustly imprisoned, as was the opera’s Florestan, whose character was based on the American Revolutionary hero, the French General, Marquis de Lafayette.
Each issue of Fidelio, throughout its 14-year lifespan, remained faithful to its initial commitment, and offered original writings by LaRouche and his associates, on matters of, what the poet Percy Byssche Shelley identified as, “profound and impassioned conceptions respecting man and nature.’
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FIDELIO is dedicated the the promotion of a new Golden Renaissance based on the concept of 'agape', or charity, as that is reflected in the creation of artistic beauty, the scientific mastery of the laws of the physical universe, and the practice of republican statecraft for the benefit of our fellow man. Order here.