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FIDELIO Magazine

Journal of Poetry, Science, and Statecraft

INDEX of ARTICLES
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2002 to 2006
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1992 to 1996

1997 to 2001

Each issue of  FIDELIO features 80 to 100 pages of groundbreaking original material in epistemology, as well as news articles, book and music reviews, exhibits, interviews, translations and commentary. Each issue also includes translations of Schiller's poetry or other writings, not always listed in the table of contents.

When particular issues are sold out, you may order a photocopy of the featured article(s).

Individual Issues:

Fidelio Issues, 2001 to present, are $5.00 each
Fidelio Double Issues, 2001 to present are $10.00 each

Single Back Issues (pre 2001) are $10.00)
Double Back Issues (pre 2001) are $20.
SHIPPING $2.50 per issue.

1991-92, Volume I
1993, Volume II
1994, Volume III
1995, Volume IV
1996, Volume V
 
1997, Volume VI-
1998, Volume VII
1999, Volume VIII
2000, Volume IX
2001, Volume X
2002, Volume XI
2003, Volume XII
2004, Volume XIII
2005, Volume XIV
2006, Volume XV

2002-2006 Index


VOLUME XI 
2002



VOLUME XI , No. 1-2 Winter/Spring 2002

How ‘Democracy’ Became Diseased
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

How the ‘Lost Corpse’ Subverts The American Intellectual Tradition
Stanley Ezrol

William Shakespeare and Thomas More: The Conscience of Kings
Paul Gallagher

Henry VII and the Creation Of Shakespeare's England
Robert Trout

Editorial

News







Interview

Exhibits

Commentary

Reviews




The Crash Is On!

D.C Conference: Continue the American Revolution
International Webcasts Present Strategic Direction
Organize in Italy, Mideast for New Bretton Woods
LaRouche Made Honorary Citizen of Sao Paulo
Institute Hosts German-Iranian Festival
Ibero-American Economists Dialogue with LaRouche
International Protocol for Banning Violent Videos

Pianist András Schiff

A Yearing for the Classical

‘Seize the High Ground of Independent Power’

Economics: The End of a Delusion
Lincoln's Virtues
Unholy War
The Beneficent Dervish


VOLUME XI , No.3-4 Summer/Fall 2002

How To Turn a Dark Age Into a New Renaissance
Gabriele Liebig

The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra:
Bringing the Invisible to the Surface
Bruce Director

Afterword
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Homer, The Blind Poet
Rosa Tennenbaum

SPECIAL FEATURE:
LaRouche Launches Revolutionary Youth Movement— For a New Renaissance

Editorial

Translation


News




Obituary

Commentary

Art

Books




Lyndon LaRouche's International Youth Movement

Wilhelm von Humboldt: On the Greek Model


D.C. Meet: Leadership in a Time of Crisis’
Italian Parliament Spurs New Bretton Woods
LaRouche Keynotes Conference on China
Boynton Weekend’ Honors Heroes of Selma

William Warfield

Beware of the Athenians, Mr. Bush!

Leonardo da Vinci:Painter of Movement

LaRouche's Emergency Infrastructure Program
Nothing Like It in the World
Supreme Command
Festschrift for Lyndon LaRouche


VOLUME XII 
2003



VOLUME XII , No. 1 Spring 2003

The Next Generations
.Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

SYMPOSIUM: LEIBNIZ AND THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION

Leibniz, Halle, and The American Revolution
Edward Spannaus

Leibniz to Franklin On ‘Happiness’
David Shavin


Franklin’s ‘Lunar Society’ and The Industrial Revolution
Marcia Merry Baker

Preface to Leibniz’s New Essys on Human Understanding
Abraham Gotthelf Kästner

Editorial

News





Obituary

Commentary

Pedagogical

Art
Lyndon LaRouche on Immortality

LaRouche State of the Union: ‘Think as Citizens’
India Meetings: Infrastructure Key to Development
LaRouche Organizers in Italy, Hungary vs. Crisis
LaRouche Returns to Mexico!
Youth Movement ‘Invades’ State Legislatures

Marianna Wertz

Who Really Owns ‘Your’ Culture?

The Long Life of the Catenary


A ‘Resurrection’ of Science and Art


Editorial



News








Interview

Pedagogical

Commentary

Exhibits

Reviews




Tragedy, or Triumph: Which Shall It Be?
This War Must Be Stopped’
“Toward a New World Order’

Optimism of LaRouche Youth Inspires U.S. Conference
European Meet: ‘Reconstruct a Bankrupt World!’
Amelia Robinson Addresses Leipzig Peace Rally
LaRouches’s ‘New Bretton Woods’ in Italian Senate
LaRouches in India: For a Just, New Economic Order!

Actor and director Robert Beltran

On Principles and Powers

Pedagogical Exercises in a Russian Classroom

Leonardo da Vinci: Master of Time and Motion

Children of Satan
American Empire
Beethoven’s Fidelio


VOLUME XII , No. 3 Fall 2003


Believing Is Not Necessarily Knowing
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The Renaissance, and the Rediscovery of Plato and the Greeks
Torbjörn Jerlerup

The Joy of Reading—Don Quixote
Carlos Wesley


Shattering Axioms, Fighting For Our Future
LaRouche Youth Movement
Editorial

News


Obituary


Commentary


Books



The Roosevelt Syndrome

LaRouche in Turkey: ‘Remove Cheney from Power’
Maestro Briano Visits Los Angeles

Graham Lowry’s Historic Mission
Amelia Robinson Addresses Leipzig Peace Rally

The Immense Debt of Ibero_America to the German-Jewish Renaissance

The Shaman’ Coat



VOLUME XII , No. 4 Winter 2003


Shakespeare As a Scholar: U.S. Politics As Tragedy
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Sophistry: Destroyer Of Nations From Within
Michael Liebig

Plato’s Dialogues, The Tragedy of Athens, And the Complex Domain
Susan Kokinda


The Promise of Mikhail Lermontov
Denise M. Henderson


A Schiller Birthday Celebration
Helga Zepp LaRouche


Editorial

News







Interview

Commentary

Music

Pedagogical

Exhibits

Books

The Immortal Talentof Martin Luther King

D.C. Conference: ‘Care for the People Comes First’
Zepp LaRouche at Rhodes ‘Dialogue of Civilizations’
LaRouche Speaks in Paris, Milan, Berlin
Moscow: ‘China in the 21st Century’
Mexico: Schiller choruses Open Pavarotti Concert

Ana Linda Ruiz, Choral Director

Lyndon LaRouche: Who Speaks for My U.S.A.

András Schiff in Concert

The Geometry of Change

Learning the Lessons Egypt Taught the Greeks

Cicero


VOLUME XIII 
2004



VOLUME XIII , No. 1-2 Spring/Summer 2004

 (Double Issue)

Religion and National Security:
The Threat from Terrorist Cults
.
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Spain’s Carlos III and the American Revolution (PDF)
William F. Wertz, Jr. and
Cruz del Carmen Moreno de Cota

SYMPOSIUM: CLASSICAL DRAMA & HISTORICAL SPECIFICITY

The Big Knife: Hollywood’s Classical Drama
?
Harley Schlanger

Approaching Classical Tragedy

.
Robert Beltran (Interview)

Clifford Odets, The Big Knife
And ‘Truman

Harley Schlanger


Editorial

Translations



News



Pedagogical

Exhibits

Books

Defeating Synarchism and the Sublime

Friedrich Schiller: ‘Of the Sublime’
Abraham Kästner: ‘On the Cconceptions that Underlie Space

U.S. Conference: Youth Must Take Leadership
Scientists, Youth Hear LaRouche in Moscow
Launch Mexico Flank against Synarchists

Knowing the True Geometry

Rembrandt: the Painter’ Drama

Children of Satan II: The Beast-Men
Constantine’s Sword
Arthur Miller, His Life and Work


VOLUME XIII , No. 3 Fall 2004


Those Populist Fools Who Would Seek A Contract Even With God
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A SHAKESPEARE DIALOGUE

Will Shakespeare’s Mission Be Ours
Stanley Ezrol

A Look at Shakespeare’s ‘Legend’ Plays
Terry Jones

Shakespeare as a Historian: The Roman Plays
Gerald Rose



The One and the Many, And the Dialogue Among Cultures
Helga Zepp LaRouche

Indira Gandhi, In Memoriam
Kenneth Kronberg

LaRouche’s India in Universal History
Richard Welsh

Editorial


News


Pedagogical

Exhibits

Reviews


Books



The LaRouche Youth Movement Fights For the Inalienable Rights of Man

LaRouche PAC To Mobilize ‘Forgotten Man’
Zepp LaRouche Sparks German ‘Monday Rallies’

The First Measurement of the Universe

Al-Andalus: A Renaissance Melting-Pot Culture

Verdi’s LaTraviata—The Woman Who Went Astray
Close to Perfection: Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro

Children of Satan
Bush on the Couch
Who are We?
Benjamin Franklin


VOLUME XIII , No. 4 Winter 2004


Follies of the Economic Hitmen:
Re-Animating the World’s Economy
L
yndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Francisco Goya,
The American Revolution, and the Fight
Against the Synarchist Beast-Man
Karel Vereycken

An Introduction to
Pythagorean Sphaerics
Los Angeles LYM Sphaerics Group
Editorial




News




Commentary

Pedagogical


Reviews


Books
Defeat Bush’s Social Security Privatization: A Foot
in the Door for Fascism
The Worst Flood Catastrophe in History: The World
Needs a New, Just World Economic Order!

U.S. Conference: ‘Fight To Turn the Course of History’
LaRouche Webcast: We Need Beauty, Real Economics
European Conference: ‘A Turning Point in History’
LYMWorks to Master Bel Canto Singing Method

Morals and Immorality: The U.S. Crisis Now

Bernhard Riemann’s ‘Dirichlet’s Principle’
Lejeune Dirichlet and the Mendelssohn Youth Movement

Verdi’s Il Trovatore: Sublime Love vs. Revenge
Rigoletto: Verdi’s Education of the Emotions

Confessions of an Economic Hit Man
The Second Bill of Rights
Will in the World

Winter 2004

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VOLUME XIV 
2005



VOLUME XIV , No. 1-2 Spring/Summer 2005
DOUBLE ISSUE

Science: The Power To Prosper
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Nun kommt die Schillerzeit!
Schiller Symposium
What Is, and To What End Do
We Study, Friedrich Schiller In the Year 2005?
Helga Zepp LaRouche


Friedrich Schiller’s ‘The Song of the Bell’
Marianna Wertz

Schiller’s Thought-Poetry: ‘The Artists’
Helga Zepp LaRouche

Friedrich Schiller And His Friends
William Jones


A Reader’s Guide To Schiller's
Letters on the Aesthetical Education of Man.
William F. Wertz

Editorial




News




Obituary

Interview

Commentary
The American System or Fascism:
A Celebration on the 200th Anniversary
Of the Death of Friedrich Schiller
A New Bretton Woods Now!

U.S. Conference: ‘Make George Bush a Lame Duck’
Italiam Parliament Calls for New Bretton Woods
berlin Seminar Promotes New ‘Treaty of Westphalia’
Civil Rights Heroine Amelia Robinson Honored in Selma

Norbert Brainin, Primarius of the Amadeus Quartet

Norbert Brainin

In Defense of Christianity

Spring/Summer
2005

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VOLUME XIV , No. 3 Fall 2005

Interreligious dialogue and
Jewish-Christian Relations
(Pope Bennedict XVI)


Man’s Original Creations
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Music, Politics, and J.S. Bach’s
‘Jesu, meine Freude’
A discussion with John Sigerson
and members of the LaRouche Youth Movement

IN MEMORIAM
Maxim Ghilan,
A Fighter for Peace

Editorial

Translation

News






Art

Reviews
The Post-Cheney Era

Cardinal Nicolaus of Cusa: On The Peace of Faith

Webcast: Defeat Cheney’s ‘Permanent War’!
LaRouche Warns of Hyperinflationary Blowout
Berlin Seminar: Crisis Demands New Monetary System
BüSo election Breakthrough in Germany
Mexico Tour Promotes Industrial Renaissance
Amelia Boynton Robinson Honored in Detroit

Albrecht Dürer: The Beautiful in a Time of Trials

A Beautiful Mind, The Da Vinci Code
Evening in the Palace of Reason

Fall 2005

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VOLUME XV 
2006



VOLUME XV , No. 1-2 Spring-Summer 2006

Of British Fools
and Post Reviewers
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

SYMPOSIUM
EDGAR ALLAN POE AND THE SPIRIT
OF THE
AMERICAN REPUBLIC5

The Purlointed Life of
Edgar Allan Poe
Jeffrey Steinberg

Edgar Allan Poe: The Lost
Soul of America
Allen Salisbury


Edgar Allan Poe’s
‘Nemesis Stories’
Lewis Whilden

A Note on the New England
Transcendentalists
Gerald Belsky
Editorial

News



Pedagogical

Art

Reviews



Cover
Edgar Allan Poe and Felix Rohatyn

LaRouche Webcast: Recovery in the Post-Cheney Era
Berlin Seminar: ‘Global War Must be Stopped!’
Mexico City: ‘Globalization Is the New Imperialism’

On the 375th Anniversary of Kepler’s Passing

How to Look at Painting: Icarus, Daedalus, and Science

Devil’s Game
Incompleteness
Prussia and the U.S.A.

Samuel F.B. Morse’s The Gallery of the Louvre

Spring/Summer
2005

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Index for 1992 to 1996
Index for 1997 to 2001

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