Speech/Book Signing by L.K. Samuels
“In Defense of Chaos”
Saturday May 11, 2013
Starting at 3:00 PM
Bay Park Hotel: 1425 Munras Ave., Monterey, CA
Upstairs in the White Horse Room
Introduction by Prof. David R. Henderson
FREE to the Public (Includes Wine and Cheese Reception)
Chaos gets a bad rap. Few people realize that without the dynamics of chaos, order would not exist. In fact, nothing would exist. Without chaos there would be no creation, no structure and no existence. After all, order is merely the repetition of patterns; chaos is the process that establishes those patterns.
The newly revealed importance of chaos theory is that it provides the scientific evidence that shows why open-ended, chaos-driven systems are far superior to inflexible, closed-ended systems, including command-and-control political systems.
BIO: L.K. Samuels’ 420-page book In Defense of Chaos: The Chaology of Politics, Economics and Human Action was released by Cobden Press in April of 2013. Samuels is also the editor and a contributing author of Facets of Liberty, an anthology of political and economic writings from 1969 to 2009, and winner of the 2007 Karl Bray Memorial Award. His historical novel about 17th Century Ireland – Ferret: The Reluctant King — won “Honorable Mention” at the East of Eden Writers Conference held in Salinas in 2002. Samuels was elected Chair to the Project Area Committee (PAC) in 2008, a citizens committee to advise the Seaside Redevelopment Agency and the city of Seaside over eminent domain issues. Visit his website at www.lksamuels.com. His Wikipedia page is at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L.K._Samuels.
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