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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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International Encyclopaedia of Comparative Law: Instalment 34

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K. ZweigertMax-Planck Institute, Hamburg, Germany

ISBN13: 9789041113337
ISBN: 9041113339
Published: November 1999
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers
Format: Paperback
Price: £269.00



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This volume deals with the origin of the modern conception of the object as well as the subject of music - of musical sound as well as man as the recipient of music. This is what music offered to the Scientific Revolution of the 16th and 17th centuries. The story is developed in 12 essays written by influential musicologists and historians of science. Starting from the magic of numbers of Pythagorean and neo-Platonic doctrines, the essays lead the reader to `sound' and `affections' in modern terms. The conceptual framework that grasps the intellectual shift from number to sound is new, it relates to the ontological change of the object of music to the psychological change of man as the subject (viz., the recipient and beneficiary) of music.

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Contents:
International Encyclopedia of Comparative Law; K. Zweigert, K. Drobnig. Volume III.
4. Connecting Factors; Vischer.
5. Characterization; Lipstein. Volume VII.
12. Contracting Subject to Standard Terms and Conditions; Neumayer.
15. Breach of Contract; Jones, Schlechtriem.
9. Professional Services; Fisch.