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Philosophy of music education challenged : Heideggerian inspirations : music, education and personal development

Author: Frederik Pio; Øivind Varkøy
Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer, [2014] ©2015
Series: Landscapes, 15.
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This volume offers key insights into the crisis of legitimization that music as a subject of arts education seems to be in. Music as an educational subject is under intense pressure, both economically, due to the reduction of education budgets, as well as due to a loss of status with policy makers. The contributions in this book illuminate Martin Heidegger's thinking as a highly cogent theoretical framework for  Read more...
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Philosophy of music education challenged
(OCoLC)892301275
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Frederik Pio; Øivind Varkøy
ISBN: 9789401793193 9401793190
OCLC Number: 894040974
Description: 1 online resource (253 pages).
Contents: About the Authors; Chapter 1: Introduction. An Ontological Turn in the Field of Music and Music Education; 1.1 Music and℗ the℗ Question of℗ Being; 1.2 Why Are We℗ in℗ Need of℗ an℗ Ontological Turn in℗ the℗ Field of℗ Music and℗ Music Education?; 1.3 Oblivion of℗ Being; 1.4 What Do We℗ Hear?; 1.5 The Artwork; 1.6 The Book; 1.6.1 Technical Rationality and℗ Nihilism; 1.6.2 Music and℗ Being; 1.6.3 Musical Experience; 1.6.4 Bildung and℗ Truth; References; Part I: Technical Rationality and Nihilism; Chapter 2: Musings of℗ Heidegger. Arts Education and℗ the℗ Mall as℗ a℗ 'Debased' (Dreyfus) Work of℗ Art. 2.1 Heidegger's Conception of℗ Artworks as℗ a℗ Prism for℗ an℗ Understanding of℗ Being2.1.1 The Artwork as Prism; 2.1.2 Heidegger's History-of-Being; 2.1.3 The Mall; 2.1.4 Three Worlds; 2.1.5 The Mall as Work of Art?; 2.1.6 Now What?; 2.2 The Mall as℗ Artwork Functions Through the℗ Framing of℗ the℗ Subject as℗ a℗ Modern Hybrid Between Aesthetics and℗ Technique; 2.2.1 Aesthetics and Technical Rationality; 2.2.2 Aesthetics and Modern Subjectivism; 2.2.3 Ontology: Art?; 2.2.4 The 'Machine'; 2.2.5 Danger and the Saving Force; 2.2.6 Unsolved Questions; 2.3 Educational Aspects; 2.3.1 Truth. 2.3.2 The Misty Mountain Song2.3.3 The Precious Daring; References; Chapter 3: The Intrinsic Value of℗ Musical Experience. A℗ Rethinking: Why and℗ How?; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Rethinking; 3.3 On the℗ Differences Between Labor, Work and℗ Action; 3.4 The Hegemony of℗ Technical Rationality; 3.5 "Oh Lord, Won't You℗ Buy Me a℗ Mercedes Benz?"; 3.6 On the℗ Differences Between Things, Utility Articles and℗ Artworks; 3.7 The Intrinsic Value of℗ Musical Experience℗ --
As℗ Reflection; References; Chapter 4: Ways of℗ Revealing: Music Education Responses to℗ Music Technology; 4.1 Introduction. 4.2 Our Relationship with℗ Music Technology4.3 The Experience of℗ Ge-stell and℗ Bestand; 4.4 Responding to℗ Music Technology; 4.5 Conclusion; References; Chapter 5: Towards an℗ Ontological Turn in℗ Music Education with℗ Heidegger's Philosophy of℗ Being and℗ His Notion of℗ Releasement; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Current Educational Reforms; 5.2.1 The Epistemological Content of℗ Higher Education at℗ Stake; 5.2.1.1 Research-Based and℗ Professional-Oriented Knowledge; 5.2.1.2 Research-Based Knowledge as℗ Resource; 5.2.1.3 Professional-Oriented Knowledge, Closed Loops, Relevance and℗ Ontological Bildung. 5.2.2 The Terms Quality and℗ Evidence-Based Research in℗ Arts Education5.2.3 The Replacing of℗ Musical Bildung with℗ Competencies; 5.2.4 Musical Bildung as℗ Uncovering of℗ Truth; 5.3 Heidegger's Philosophy of℗ Being; 5.3.1 Being and℗ Oblivion-of-Being; 5.3.2 Towards a℗ Change in℗ Comportment: From℗ Mastery and℗ Control to℗ Releasement; 5.4 An Ontological Turn in℗ Music Education; 5.4.1 From Control to℗ Releasement; 5.4.2 Marginal Practices and℗ Humble Things in℗ Music Education as℗ Saving Power Against the℗ Powers of℗ Technical Rationality in℗ the℗ Current Educational Paradigm.
Series Title: Landscapes, 15.
Responsibility: Frederik Pio, Øivind Varkøy, editors.

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