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I am because we are : readings in Black philosophy
An anthology of writings by prominent black thinkers which makes the case for a central tradition of Black philosophy rooted in Africa and distinct from the intellectual heritage of the West. TheExpand
Plotinus: The Enneads
I Am Because We Are
Mimesis and Beyond: Mallarme, Boulez, and Cage
In 1949 John Cage (then thirty-six) went to Paris on a grant from the Guggenheim Foundation, where he met and quickly befriended the young French composer, Pierre Boulez (then twenty-four)2 ThisExpand
Spike Lee's Malcolm X as Transformational Object
  • J. Lee
  • Psychology
  • 6 January 1995
D. M. ARMSTRONG AND PLATONIC REALISM
  • J. Lee
  • Philosophy
  • 1 September 1979
Iannis Xenakis and the Presocratic Foundations of a New Music
Paradoxes abound in the music of Iannis Xenakis (1922–2001), a music almost paradigmatically "difficult," recalcitrant to traditional modes of musical and aesthetic analysis, and yet shockinglyExpand
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