Scholarly Pieces (not for the impatient, faint of mind, or rushed )

IMG_0543Just today a bloke friended me on the Facebooks who had stumbled across an old version of this here blog.  Upon said old version of this here blog, I had posted some of my more “serious” musings on philosophy, music, and the relationship therein.  Now, these papers are long. They can be a bit difficult. But, for those looking for substance sans potty mouth or just something to help them sleep, these are for you!  If you are lucky, I just might include the first couple of chapters of the book I’d still love to finish. We’ll see.

Without further ado…here are some links to pdf’s:

This is Not a Pipe: The Divine Tension of the Coincidentia Oppositorum

The Sky is Falling…and the Universe is Expanding.

Embracing Ignorance, Chance, and the Opposites: The Coincidentia Oppositorum through Cusanus, Jung, and Morin

The Irruption of Time in Music: From the Pre-rational to the Arational (Jean Gebser and Music)

Music as Symbol for the Creative Advance: A Whiteheadian Analysis of Musical Metaphysics

From Symbolic Form to Symbolic Function: Ernst Cassirer’s Relevance to Integral Thought

The Techno-Econ-Organism – It’s Impact and It’s Demise: The Birth of the Integral in Society and Education

One comment on “Scholarly Pieces (not for the impatient, faint of mind, or rushed )

  1. Noah DiNoia says:

    Paul, thanks for these links. On one side, I’m glad to have been given access to more of your writings (I’ve yet to read “Music as Symbol for the Creative Advance: A Whiteheadian Analysis of Musical Metaphysics” but the title intrigued me) on the other hand, I’m thinking: “You just did what Pandora does to me, maaaaan!” A bit overwhelmed, but I’ll follow up with you. Thanks again.

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