Author(s): Stefan Lorenz Sorgner, Oliver Furbeth
Though many well known German philosophers have faithful substantial consideration to track and its aesthetics, strangely few in their writings at the matter had been translated into English. Stefan Lorenz Sorgner, a thinker, and Oliver Frbeth, a musicologist, right here fill this essential hole for musical students and scholars alike with this compelling information to the musical discourse of ten of an important German philosophers, from Kant to Adorno.
Music in German Philosophy comprises contributions from a famend staff of ten students, together with a few of todays maximum outstanding German thinkers, all of whom are consultants within the writers they deal with. Each bankruptcy is composed of a brief biographical caricature of the thinker involved, a abstract of his writings on aesthetics, and after all an in depth exploration of his ideas on track. The guide is prefaced through the editors authentic advent, presenting track philosophy in Germany sooner than and after Kant, in addition to a brand new advent and foreword to this English-language addition, which puts contemplations on track through those German philosophers inside a broader highbrow local weather.