La música y los límites del mundo. Un estudio desde Agustín de Hipona y Eugenio Trías

This work focuses on the role that music has in the constitution of the World as a philosophical category. I explore the work of Eugenio Trías and Augustine of Hippo, and the way both philosophers have conceptualized music in relation to the constitution of the time of the World. For Trías music is not about the World but about its limits and, in that way, gives it a form. For Augustine music relates man to universe’s ordo , liberating him from mundane distentio animi and helping him to give sense to a World that gives itself as finite
Keywords mundo  límite  Time  música  World.  Music  Limits  orden  order  tiempo
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DOI 10.5209/rev_ASHF.2013.v30.n1.42450
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