Volume 3: No. 3 (9)/2019
Music and Philosophy

Table of Contents

Editorial

Marcin RychterMusic and Philosophy: Contemporary Challenges (1-4)

Thematic Section

Małgorzata A. Szyszkowska Listening to Different Texts: Between Reich and Eco with Nycz (5-13)
Anna Bugajska – “Harmony and Dissonance”: The Musical Perspective on Posthumanity (14-28)
Eli Kramer – Meditating on the Vitality of the Musical Object: A Spiritual Exercise Drawn from Richard Wagner’s Metaphysics of Music (29-42)
Marcin Rychter – Postmodern Music and its Future (43-56)

Forum

Agata Bielik-Robson – The Post-Secular Turn: Enlightenment, Tradition, Revolution (57-82)
Conor Barry – Charles Taylor on Ethics and Liberty (83-102)
Charles Herrman – What Is Dignity? (103-126)
John Harfouch – A Subaltern Pain: The Problem of Violence in Philosophy’s Pain Discourse (127-144)

Discussion Papers, Comments, Book Reviews

Tibor Solymosi, Bill Bywater – How to Handle Humility? Audaciously: A Response to Mark Tschaepe (145-159)
Rafał Włodarczyk – About Listening and Hearing in the Perspective of the Philosophy of Education (160-169)

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