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The Routledge Companion To Philosophy And Music, Theodore Gracyk, Andrew Kania Mar 2016

The Routledge Companion To Philosophy And Music, Theodore Gracyk, Andrew Kania

Andrew Kania

The Routledge Companion to Philosophy and Music is an outstanding guide and reference source to the key topics, subjects, thinkers and debates in philosophy and music. Over fifty entries by an international team of contributors are organised into six clear sections:

  • general issues
  • emotion
  • history
  • figures
  • kinds of music
  • music, philosophy and related disciplines


Definition, Andrew Kania Mar 2016

Definition, Andrew Kania

Andrew Kania

Much of the time most of us can tell whether, and which of, the sounds we are currently hearing are music. This is so whether or not what we are listening to is a familiar piece, a piece we have not heard before, or even music from a culture or tradition with which we are unfamiliar. In cases where we are unsure, or initially mistaken in our judgment, we will often change our opinion based on further information. This near-universal agreement suggests that the concept of music is one shared by different people, and has boundaries which we are implicitly ...


Damaskios, Damian Caluori Jan 2016

Damaskios, Damian Caluori

Damian Caluori

No abstract provided.


Blood-Stained Linen And Shattered Skull: Ford's Theatre As A Reliquary To Abraham Lincoln, Erika Schneider Feb 2013

Blood-Stained Linen And Shattered Skull: Ford's Theatre As A Reliquary To Abraham Lincoln, Erika Schneider

Erika Schneider

No abstract provided.


Hegel's Logic: Between Dialectic And History, Clark Butler Feb 2013

Hegel's Logic: Between Dialectic And History, Clark Butler

Clark Butler

No abstract provided.


History As The Story Of Freedom: Philosophy In Intercultural Context, Clark Butler Feb 2013

History As The Story Of Freedom: Philosophy In Intercultural Context, Clark Butler

Clark Butler

No abstract provided.


Why Should Feminists Read The Bible?, Julie Kelso Dec 2006

Why Should Feminists Read The Bible?, Julie Kelso

Julie Kelso

Extract:

For many contemporary feminists, the Bible evokes a backward thinking, patriarchally defined body of literature and a social, political and economic ideological framework that has historically been used to maintain and perpetuate the oppression of women, along with that of non-white and/or non-Judeo-Christian 'others'.