The Mind of Edmund Gurney

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Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press, 1997 - Всего страниц: 171
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Edmund Gurney (1847-1888), whose name is little-known today, was a brilliant figure in the intellectual and artistic life of London a century ago. Friend of George Eliot, Samuel Butler, Henry Sidgwick, Leslie Stephen, and William James, with whom he carried on an extensive correspondence, he contributed articles to the leading journals of his day on philosophy, psychology, religion, education, literature, and the arts. In The Mind of Edmund Gurney, the author explores the wide-ranging thought and influence of this complex and charismatic man as revealed in his published work, which suggested that much more was to come. Gurney's monumental work on the aesthetics of music, The Power of Sound (1880), remains unsurpassed as a penetrating examination of the art.

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Youth Music Proper Studies
16
Music Medicine Law The Search for Vocation
26
The Power of Sound
34
Gurney and William James
48
Studies in Hypnosis
57
Psychic Research
75
Philosophical Essays
98
Musical Criticism
111
On the Nature of Poetry
122
Envoi
137
William James on Tertium Quid
154
Notes
157
Bibliography
167
Index
169
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