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Introduction to a Philosophy of Music

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"Though not a textbook, Kivy's book neatly covers the history of musical aesthetics from Plato onwards, and thus could easily be used in philosophy of music classes. ...Written clearly and engagingly, Peter Kivy's introduction to musical aesthetics usefully summarizes his own influential views on various issues in the philosophy of music." -  The Philosophical Quarterly 

Peter Kivy is Professor of Philosophy at Rutgers University, New Jersey. 

Small inscription and bend on back cover, as shown in photos. 

Requires no prior knowledge of musicological terminology.

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Author(s):
Peter Kivy
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Number of pages:
283

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"Though not a textbook, Kivy's book neatly covers the history of musical aesthetics from Plato onwards, and thus could easily be used in philosophy of music classes. ...Written clearly and engagingly, Peter Kivy's introduction to musical aesthetics usefully summarizes his own influential views on various issues in the philosophy of music." -  The Philosophical Quarterly 

Peter Kivy is Professor of Philosophy at Rutgers University, New Jersey. 

Small inscription and bend on back cover, as shown in photos. 

Requires no prior knowledge of musicological terminology.

Author(s):
Peter Kivy
Condition:
As new
Number of pages:
283

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