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Fine Condition in Near Fine jacket. Firm binding, unmarked pages; unclipped jacket with slight rubbing to corners. In Wagner and Philosophy, Magee concerns his expertise with the ways in which philosophical ideas penetrated Wagner's work. The dominant philosophical figure in the book and in Wagner's life is Arthur Schopenhauer and it is the influence of Schoepenhauer's metaphysics on Wagner's world-view and ultimately his operas that constitutes the heart of the book. 416 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Philosophy; ISBN/EAN: 9780713994803. Inventory No: dscf8636.
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