Volume 1, like the other volumes of Waveform Politics, reaches far into interdisciplinary subjects to consider elements of the real powers that have changed what it means to be an American citizen.... More > Waveform Politics is itself a recognition of the critical, pervasive effect of radio and television broadcasting upon the electorate. Political, historical and philosophical essays composed by Gary C. Gibson between 1999 and the September 11, 2001 terror assaults upon New York and the Pentagon.< Less
The Poetry of Existence-Meanings was written about life and meaning. Meaning is found through a variety of philosophical approaches leading unto Jesus Christ as Savior within the triune God of Avrm.... More > Ideas on Christianity, Neo-Platonism, philosophy and other topics about temporality may encounter the political too. It is interesting that right now the largest structures in the Universe...galaxies have been photographed and that human life has evolved to the summit of intelligent awareness of the Universe. The time period for that happening even within the life continua given by science is remarkable. It seems a definite success, and a coevolution produced by an intelligent designer.< Less
Questions about the nature of the Universe, life and the human relationship to God as an individual life grows through the physical process being a part of the Universe are considered from a... More > Christian and philosophical perspective.
The works of Schopenhauer and Plotinus and contemporary cosmology are featured here as the author provides Christian creation contemplations.< Less
Thirty-five essays on philosophical questions raised by ordinary people with avocations in philosophy during the years 2008 and 2009. Gary C. Gibson brings an eclectic reply to common questions with... More > uncommon answers.< Less
These are Gary Clifford Gibson's political and philosophical essays developing a contemporary historical analysis and synthesis of select American macro-social and international events of the years... More > 1999 through 2002. Global waveform politics were a dominant practice of corporatist elites in the late 20th and early 20th centuries...these essays are from the perspective of an ordinary citizen as an outsider in relation to the inside world of the corporate cognoscenti's axis of propaganda for power.
Political events following the 2001 terrorist incidents in New York and Washington D.C. as well as Florida continued to dominate the American arena leading to reaction and conflicts with Afghanistan and Iraq premised to contain terrorism.< Less
The author of these interdisciplinary essays Gary Clifford Gibson wrote this collection on U.S. contemporary issues for the years 2006, 2007 and 2008. The essays are themselves arranged in a... More > convenient chronological order from most recent to earliest. The familiar journal format makes for easy and informative learning time. We discover how important issues of the day are throughput as regularly as water under a bridge, yet are concerned that such superficial treatment of important issues nationally by politicians and broadcast media contribute over-much to the decline of the ecological and economic interests of the people of the United States of America.< Less
One-hundred forty-three generally philosophical essays written by Gary C. Gibson. The journal of philosophy presents the author's eclectic interest in string theory, renewable resource economics,... More > U.S. politics, neo-Platonism, Christianity, cosmology, genesology, epistemology and metaphysics.
The readings in works by W.V.O. Quine, Kripke, Gasperini, Plotinus and Biblical cosmology, along with much contemporary event analysis, comprised construction element-points of several of the philosophical essays written here.< Less
The Waveform Politics series present Gary C. Gibson's essays on U.S. contemporary history topics with analysis of political policy trends and national interest issues. The author's opinion of... More > exclusivist broadcast media is that it is a politically corrupting tool in support of concentrating wealth within a global corporatist-socialist political agenda. The essays have a philosophical spin. Protracted nation-rebuilding conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan and misc. fiscal perfidy bust the U.S. public budget without necessity.< Less