The Much-at-Once: Music, Science, Ecstasy, the Body (American Philosophy (FUP))

The Much-at-Once: Music, Science, Ecstasy, the Body (American Philosophy (FUP))


during this capstone paintings, the overdue Bruce Wilshire seeks to rediscover the fullness of lifestyles on this planet in terms of a extra entire activation of the body's potentials. attractive to our powers of listening to and feeling, with a distinct emphasis on track, he engages a wealthy array of composers, writers, and thinkers starting from Beethoven and Mahler to Emerson and William James.

Wilshire builds on James's thought of the much-at-once to call the superabundance of the area that surrounds, nourishes, holds, and stimulates us; that pummels and provokes us; that responds to our private need--to think ecstatically real.

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