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    Edward Campbell (2010). Boulez, Music and Philosophy. Cambridge University Press.
    Machine generated contents note: 1. Preparing the ground; 2. Early influences and movements; 3. Dialectic, negation and binary oppositions; 4. Boulez, Adorno and serial critique; 5. Deduction and the scientific model; 6. Serialism and structuralism; 7. Post-structuralist encounters; 8. Boulez, difference and repetition; 9. Expanding the virtual; 10. Continuity and discontinuity of space and time; Conclusion; Bibliography.
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    Edward Campbell (2015). Musicology After Deleuze: Response to Brian Hulse's Review ofMusic After Deleuze – All Music is ‘Deleuzian’. Deleuze Studies 9 (1):145-152.
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    Edward F. Campbell (1975). Moses and the Foundations of Israel. Interpretation 29 (2):141-154.
    The historical question about the beginning of Israel and its faith is first of all a question about the figure of Moses and the character of his contribution to that beginning.
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    Maxine Feletti, Brooke Home, Katherine Imrie, Tony Lo Pilato, Clifford Simpson, Jonathon Colbran, Edward Campbell & Russell Patrick (forthcoming). Annual Dinner. Ethos: Journal of the Society for Psychological Anthropology.
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  5. Edward Campbell (2014). Boulez, Music and Philosophy. Cambridge University Press.
    While acknowledging that Pierre Boulez is not a philosopher, and that he is wary of the potential misuse of philosophy with regard to music, this study investigates a series of philosophically charged terms and concepts which he uses in discussion of his music. Campbell examines significant encounters which link Boulez to the work of a number of important philosophers and thinkers, including Adorno, Lévi-Strauss, Eco and Deleuze. Relating Boulez's music and ideas to broader currents of thought, the book illuminates a (...)
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  6. Donald B. Redford & Edward Fay Campbell (1967). The Chronology of the Amarna Letters, with Special Reference to the Hypothetical Coregency of Amenophis III and Akhenaten. Journal of the American Oriental Society 87 (4):650.
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