Wittgenstein listens to Mahler: How to do philosophy and compose music in the breakdown of tradition?

Dialogue 46 (1):91-113 (2007)
This article retrieves, situates, and interprets Ludwig Wittgenstein’s overlooked remarks about the composer Gustav Mahler, and connects them with Wittgenstein’s philosophical perspective and practice, as well as with his musical aesthetics.Cet article recense, situe et interprète les remarques passées inaperçues de Ludwig Wittgenstein à propos de Gustave Mahler,· ces remarques sont reliées au point de vue et à la pratique philosophique de Wittgenstein ainsi qu’à son esthétique de la musique
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