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About Friedrich Schiller

Friedrich Schiller, dubbed the "Poet of Freedom" by Frederick Douglass, was born November 10, 1759 in Marbach, Germany and died May 9, 1805. Celebrate his ideas with drama and poetry readings, music performances and dialogue. Get some friends together, and discuss Schiller’s concept of achieving true freedom: “It is through Beauty that One Proceeds to Freedom.” Below is a partial list of articles on this site pertaining to our beloved poet and his work. Please check back soon for additions to this page.


Friedrich Schiller portrait

Schiller Monuments

Friedrich Schiller Park statue to get recognition -- and lights (Columbus, Ohio, 2012)

2012: The Year of the Spirit of Jeanne d'Arc

Happy Birthday Friedrich Schiller! Schillerfest, Frankfurt, November 2007

100 Years Ago, German Immigrants Honored Two Writers from Their Homeland with Statues in Schiller Park (in Syracuse, New York) October 2011

The Danish Help to Schiller (PDF) by Tom Gillesburg, January 2009

Schiller 250th Birthday: Learn From Schiller: Think Only The Highest! System Change Now! by Helga Zepp-LaRouche November 10, 2009

Schiller Birthday Celebration by Helga Zepp-LaRouche Mainz, Germany, November 10, 2003

Rochester, NY Statue Has A Famous Pedigree

Helga LaRouche Speaks to French LYM on Schiller

Schiller and America

What Is, and To What End Do We Study, Friedrich Schiller in 2005?

Listen to Helga Zepp-LaRouche on the March 11, 2006 LaRouche Show

Helga Zepp LaRouche Discusses the Importance of Friedrich Schiller

Poetry and Agape: Reflections on Schiller and Goethe (1988)

Translations of Schiller’s Work

Writings of Other Great Thinkers Leibniz, Mendelssohn, Pushkin, Heine, Plato and Others

Schiller and the LaRouche Youth Movement

Education, Science and Poetry Page 

Biography of Friedrich Schiller, Poet of Freedom

Lessons of Wallenstein- Let's Put Out the Flames of the 30 Years War (2005)

Books and Video on Schiller

DVD on Schiller, Poet of Freedom

Fidelio Magazine Table of Contents 1991-1996

Fidelio Magazine Table of Contents 1997-2001 

Fidelio Magazine Table of Contents 2002- present  

Founding Schiller Institute Conference Keynote

International Conferences Page

Verdi and Schiller

The Military Genius of Jeanne D'Arc

The Sublime (2003)

What Schiller Can Teach Today's World Leaders (2001)

Schiller's Relevance Today

Motivic Thorough Composition in Schiller's Poetry

How Brahms and Schiller Instruct Us in Today's Civilizational Crisis

Pushkin and Schiller

The Importance of Friedrich Schiller  (Cadre School Presentation, 2003)

The Relevance of Schiller's Aesthetics for Today's Education (1999)

The Power of Great Poetry To Shape Character and Build the Nation: Dante, Humboldt, and Helen Keller

Politics As Art by Lyndon H. LaRouche

The Force of Tragedy by Lyndon H. LaRouche  (coming soon)

Dialogue of Culture Pages