OAI Archive: Archivio Aperto di Ateneo
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- Lisa Giombini, Music, Restoration, Performance and Ontology: A Guide for the Perplexed.I investigate the nature of the relationships between art and metaphysics in the tradition of classical music, performance art, and art restoration. The first part of the thesis is dedicated to the study of Musical Ontology. I begin in Chapter one by analyzing several theories of what a classical musical work is ontologically. I focus specifically on Idealism, Nominalism and Platonism. I defend the view that none of these proposals is fully satisfactory and able to resist objections. This leads in (...)
- Michela Bella, William James: Psychology and Ontology of Continuity.Introduction: The thesis William James: Psychology and Ontology of Continuity addresses the issue of the continuity of consciousness in William James, considering also its possible actualization. In particular, this work aims at outlining critically the various theoretical perspectives that influenced James’s philosophical discourse. On the wave of the Darwinian theory of evolution, James’s reflections originate in the field of late 19th century physiological psychology where he develops more and more intensely the exigency of a renewed epistemology and a new metaphysical (...)
- Omar Osman Rabeh, The Somali Nation III: State and Society.
- Andrei Dorman, Concurrency in Interaction Nets and Graph Rewriting.No categories
- Giulio Guerrieri, Differential Nets, Experiments and Reduction.