Aurelii Augustini de Musica Libri VI : a pythagorean interpretation
Collis, Frederick John
This thesis attempts to interpret Augustine's of Hippo De Musica Libri
VI in a fashion consistent with what I assume are typically pythagorean
modes of thinking. Its fundamental principle is that the space-time
universe and the atemporal universe of being are both constructed and
understood on the model of the principles and arrangements of numbers.
This position is embedded in a Platonic philosophical tradition
communicated via Plotinus and Varro which more specifically...[Show more]
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