By Férdia J. Stone-Davis
"Musical good looks is an engaging and unique contribution to theological aesthetics."
Lancaster college, UK
"Here is a clean and bold new voice within the burgeoning dialog among tune and theology. With substantial ability, Dr. Stone-Davis negotiates of crucial figures in Western aesthetics. She emerges with extraordinary proposals in regards to the interrelation of attractiveness, physicality, and musical notion that experience far-reaching effects, affecting each element of ways we listen and hear tune in our personal time."
Thomas A. Langford study Professor of Theology, Duke University
"The philosophy of song is ultimately beginning to emerge from the straitjacket imposed via the analytical culture. Férdia Stone-Davis' Musical attractiveness makes an important contribution to the transforming into awareness that tune is a source for philosophical pondering, instead of easily an item to be outlined by way of philosophy."
Professor of Philosophy and German
University of London
"Beauty ends up in greater than simply excitement. This dependent new research argues that it will probably show epistemological insights besides, and that musical good looks specifically can assist us greater comprehend our dating to the area round us. As Stone-Davis argues, musical good looks is the main summary, difficult, and, for that very cause, the main revealing of all different types of attractiveness in artwork. She brings either old and modern views to this wide-ranging account."
--Mark Evan Bonds
Boshamer unusual Professor of Music
University of North Carolina
Férdia Stone-Davis holds a doctorate from the collage of Cambridge and a masters in functionality from Trinity collage of tune, London. She is an interdisciplinary educational operating within the fields of tune, theology, and philosophy. She is also an complete performer of either baroque and modern recorder repertoire.
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