Edmonds and Warburton: Philosophy Bites Again
Edmonds and Warburton: Philosophy Bites
Edmonds and Warburton: Philosophy Bites Back
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What is the relationship between music and love? In this Valentine's Day episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast aesthetician (and jazz singer) Jerrold Levinson explores the analogies and connections.
If music be the food of love...
Listen to Jerrold Levinson on Music and Eros
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I recently subbed to the podcast and now I've started backtracking.
It was so obvious Jerrold understood music before he was philosopher. Everyone who really listens to music knows how it talks to you like a person, but it's nice to hear someone rationalise it.
My favourite in the series so far
September 13, 2011 at 09:59 PM
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