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  1. Kramer Vs. Kramer.George Rochberg - 1985 - Critical Inquiry 11 (3):509-517.
    Confusion abounds in Jonathan Kramer’s attempt, in “Can Modernism Survive George Rochberg?” , to reply to the issues I raised in my essay “Can the Arts Survive Modernism? ” . Besides the endemic disarray of his thought process, he confutes and contradicts himself at every turn—either out of his own mouth or out of the mouths of those he quotes to support his position. He is incapable of following his own line of argument either because he doesn’t remember in one (...)
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    The Structure of Time in Music: Traditional and Contemporary Ramifications and Consequences.George Rochberg - 1975 - In J. T. Fraser & Nathaniel M. Lawrence (eds.), The Study of Time Ii. Springer Verlag. pp. 136--149.
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  3. Can the Arts Survive Modernism?George Rochberg - 1984 - Critical Inquiry 11 (2):317-340.
    In trying to say what modernism is , we must remind ourselves that it cannot and must not—to be properly described and understood—be confined only to the arts of music, literature, painting, sculpture, theater, architecture, those arts with which we normally associate the term “culture.” Modernism can be said to embrace, in the broadest terms, not only the arts of Western culture but also science, technology, the family, marriage, sexuality, economics, the politics of democracy, the politics of authoritarianism, the politics (...)
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