REVOLUTIONARY FRACTAL CONSTITUTION AND POLITICAL THEORY

This new political philosopher's work presents a political theory based on fractal geometry, Aristotle and Montesquieu. The concept is unassuming. States should be built of states containing yet smaller states. Each state large and small should have a constitution mixing nine elements, the"rich, middle class, and poor", the "executive, legislative, and judicial", and the northeast-southwest and the up/down vertical.(three Cartesian metrics) Mix it right and you will have an ideally just society.

M.C. Williams' America On Trial is for those with greater than average interest in mixed constitutions and are willing to review the ancient precedents in order to meld them with the modern variants. At only $3.50 for the e-book, its a sure bet. By trade, Williams is a Denver Business Lawyer and brings a unique rigor and seriousness to his writings.

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READ THE ESOTERIC MASTERPIECE-- Serious, Classic Political Theory

Recently published in Mandarin Chinese and even French, Williams' America On Trial is a refreshing plunge into a fathomless ocean of political thought. It is an esoteric novel containing an eye-opening survey of political philosophy, as well as the first full expostulation of M. C. Williamsí own political theory of the Harmonic Constitution, a lineal descendant of Plato, Aristotle, Machiavelli and Montesquieu. Discover the scientific "Geometry" of justice. [Read More!]

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BEGINNERS BEWARE: Hardcore Philosophy Is a Workout

America On Trial is not for the low-level reader. One needs reasoning power, intellectual stamina and serious philosophical inquisitiveness. It is a tightly woven political tract with little fluff. If you made it through Aristotle's Metaphysics, Hobbes' Leviathan, or Kant's Critique, you'll be right at home. But if The Prince gave you trouble, this is not the book for you...Williams writes hardcore political theory, and thank goodness. Don't be surprised at his terseness...after all, he is a Denver Franchise Lawyer.

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MAINLAND CHINESE NOW STUDYING WILLIAMS' PHILOSOPHY

China Law Press's mandarin chinese edition of America On Trial recently hit shelves in Beijing, starting a storm of critiques in this country known for its confucian and marxist resistance to many of the elemental balances found in Williams' harmonic constitution. It is still unknown how long Chinese censors will permit sales of the book to continue.

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Constitutional Dialecticalism and its role in polities

Constitutional Dialecticalism is Williams' sub-theory regarding the functional, i.e. modern, separation of powers. It identifies and explores the tendency of the functional powers (executive, legislative, and judicial) to merge together and then split apart in infinite oscillations. It is the modern separation theory's equivalent of the 'constitutional cascade' concept (again, one of Williams' terms) in Aristotle's Politics, whereby each constitution decays and falls into another, which itself decays and transforms, ad infinitum, tumbling from democracy to monarchy to aristocracy and around again.

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Fractal Micro-Federalism: infinite political triples

Williams shows that the more fractal a political system gets, the stronger, and axiomatically more just, it becomes. (Fractals are shapes made up entirely of copies of themselves.) Predictably, he adds federalism to his harmonic constitution, insisting that each state be a federation. No surprises there. But then astonishingly, he applies this to each substate and sub-sub-sub state, ad infinitum. Each member state of a federation is "microfederalized" (his word), and each micro-member is again federalized into infinitely small pieces, down and down. The extraordinary thing is that he takes this process all the way down to the family and even individual level, showing how individuals are composed of a Harmonic Constitution, separation of powers, (even the human brain is biologically a kind of three-part government!) and then down to cellular, atomic, and sub-atomic particle levels, with weights of muons compared to neutrinos corresponding identically to the his broader proportions of, say, executive and democratic power in a large federal state. If he is even close to right, its a complete breakthrough.

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The Harmonic Constitution, its Geometry and implications

The Harmonic Constitution is a geometric and algebraic system which proportionately allocates six elements of government: 1) aristocracy 2) monarchy 3) democracy 4) executive power 5) legislative power and 6) judicial power. Williams doesn't invent it so much as become the first philosopher to notice it and describe it. He shows how these element 'fit together' proportionally, describes the proportions, which are 3:1:2 when looked at as a whole, and the last two of these numbers are also subdivided into 3:1:2, a harmonic 'cut' or harmonic proportion. It is the algebraic formula of justice.

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The Sexual aspects of political association

Sex and Gender dominate politics so comprehensively that one hardly notices. Williams' book brings this into sharper focus and demonstrates the political roles of sex, gender, and sexual rules. His research and casework at his law practice, and at his recording studio, , certainly have had their impact in this portion of the book.

Philosophy of M.C. Williams

M.C. Williams would like to become known as a "modern member" of the classical philosophers. His political theory builds upon Aristotle, his esoteric writing style recollects Plato. His enterprise, to identify justice itself, evokes the platonic philosophical voyage in Plato's Republic. His method and logical progressions are somehow quite Greek, his sacrifices on behalf of logic are virtually exasperating. Many are confounded by the extremes present in this political philosopher's approach, flashes of creativity and unorthodoxy, archaic prose and references, and a love of the classics bordering on reckless.

But where most Greek and Roman philosophers stopped, M.C. Williams plows on, reaping the harvests of Jean-Jaques Rousseau, Niccolo Machiavelli, Montesquieu and John Locke, tenderly reaping their fruit and placing it logically into the feast of political theory he is preparing. Lost in his summations of the giants of philosophy, one often forgets that Williams is quietly becoming one himself, building an utterly astounding political theory upon the shoulders of these luminaries, and not just teaching, although he does plenty of that.

M.C. Williams borrows equally from law and economics, as well as political science, in casting his philosophy. John Rawls, Adam Smith, Posner, Scalia, Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, Algernon Sydney, Trenchard and Gordon, Thomas Jefferson, Hobbes, Kant, Hume, Heidigger, Hussurl, and Helvetius all make appearances, and great as they are, become but marionettes in Williams' hands as he works towards his ultimate exposition.

One cannot be surprised, after awhile, to find M.C. Williams mining the subjects of Physical Science for political gems and nuggets. Williams makes it clear that there is a geometry of justice, a shape, an equation, a physical reality to it, taking him deep into the realms of fractals, fractal geometry, from which he constructs crystalline structures of fractal politics and fractal constitutions. Just as he did in the Sophomoric Discourses, he continues to display his almost supernatural ability to find political truths in practically anything, however seemingly irrelevant, esoteric or unrelated.

M.C. Williams' esoteric political theory is based upon Greek drama, especially Sophocles' Antigone. But against this backdrop, he ruthlessly applies Plato's lessons from the Gorgias, Crito, Meno, Laws, Protagoras, Phaedrus, Alcibiades, Hippias and other dialogs. Aristotelian principles are also brought to bear, from the Posterior Analytcs, Prior Analytics, Metaphysics, Nichomachaean Ethic, and Rhetoric. To this he adds historical lessons and examples from Napoleon, Julius Caesar, Roman history, the Achaean League, Athens, Sparta, and even ancient Korea. Williams has a relentless and bewildering ability to synthesize virtually everything he touches upon into his fascinating final tour-de-force theory, the fractal harmonic constitution. With his work, he has left everyone so far behind that he virtually cannot be argued with, only argued about. His esoteric style and literary genius render him nearly impossible to refute, or even pin down entirely, and yet his political theory arises as crisp and precise as an architects' blueprint.

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