Winter 1995-1996 Vol. 8, No. 4

Johannes Kepler’s Mysterium Cosmographicum
A Guide to the Harmony of the Mind and the Universe
Ralf Schauerhammer
Four hundred years later, Kepler’s first work still tells us more about the solar system and human creativity than Newton or any other empiricist is capable of doing.

First English Translation: Riemann’s Philosophical Notes

    Foreword: Riemann Refutes Euler
    Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

    Translations: Philosophical Fragments
    Bernhard Riemann

    Introduction to Second German Edition

    Translator’s Note
    I. On Psychology and Metaphysics
    II. Epistemological Issues
    III. Natural Philosophy

    Supplementary Material On the Hypotheses Which Lie at the Foundations of Geometry [excerpts]
    Bernhard Riemann

In Defense of Darwin
Karol Sabath

Bury Darwin—It’s Overdue!
Carol Hugunin

In the Footsteps of Kepler:
A Master Polyhedra Builder Demonstrates His Art
Charles B. Stevens

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