Ontology

Relations. Ontology And Philosophy Of Religion

Introduction of the book Relations. Ontology And Philosophy Of Religion Edited by Daniele Bertini and Damiano Migliorini (1)     1. Once again: why relations? ‘The question of relations is one of the most important that arise in philosophy, as most other issues turn on it: monism and pluralism […]; idealism and realism, in some of their forms; perhaps the very existence of philosophy as subject distinct from science and possessing a method of its own’. (2) This observation by Russell – which echoes his well-known discussion with the idealist... Read more →

Interview with Lisa Giombini, author of the book Musical Ontology: a Guide for the Perplexed

    What is the definition of musical ontology? Musical works are a strange kind of thing. We consider them to be works of art, yet they do not possess the physicality of ‘traditional’ art objects such as paintings on museums’ walls, or sculptures on gallery plinths. ‘That’s because musical works are performed’, one may reply. In this regard, we should stress that the performative aspect of it does not constitute the musical work in itself. Indeed, it is merely a performance of it. Hence, unlike paintings and sculptures, trying... Read more →

 
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