Harmonia natury ludzkiej ("musica humana") u Boecjusza

2009
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dc.abstract.enThe term "musica humana" introduced in philosophy by Boetius in his treatise "De institutione musica" was actual for almost ten centuries. Such a longevity of this term and its popularity among the teorists was possible because it was in agreement with a number of ideas, which altogether created a consistent system. These were, from one hand the idea that human being is a microcosm, and as such- a reflection of the universe, an idea already popular in early middle ages. From the other hand, the concept of musica mundana (and therefore also of "musica humana') completed the cosmological vision of those times. Adopting the idea of the existence of musica humana made it possible to continue the classical science of ethic of musical scales. In almost every medieval treatise on music there is a chapter (usually a long one) titled De virtute tonorum, or similar. If wc choose to agree with the above thesis that this was possible thanks to the acceptance of the concept of "musica humana", developed by Boetius, we find out that the influence of this author on philosophy lasted for twelve centuries. It was also thanks to Boetius that during the Middle Ages, and even later, it was considered that music had an important influence on human soul, and possible to attempt to explain how such an influence was possible.pl
dc.affiliationWydział Historyczny : Instytut Muzykologiipl
dc.contributor.authorKonik, Marcin - 111555 pl
dc.contributor.editorKaras, Marcin - 128642 pl
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dc.titleHarmonia natury ludzkiej ("musica humana") u Boecjuszapl
dc.title.alternativeBoetius’ harmony of human nature ("musica humana")pl
dc.title.containerHomo viator : teksty i studia nad antropologią filozoficzną w średniowieczupl
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The term "musica humana" introduced in philosophy by Boetius in his treatise "De institutione musica" was actual for almost ten centuries. Such a longevity of this term and its popularity among the teorists was possible because it was in agreement with a number of ideas, which altogether created a consistent system. These were, from one hand the idea that human being is a microcosm, and as such- a reflection of the universe, an idea already popular in early middle ages. From the other hand, the concept of musica mundana (and therefore also of "musica humana') completed the cosmological vision of those times. Adopting the idea of the existence of musica humana made it possible to continue the classical science of ethic of musical scales. In almost every medieval treatise on music there is a chapter (usually a long one) titled De virtute tonorum, or similar. If wc choose to agree with the above thesis that this was possible thanks to the acceptance of the concept of "musica humana", developed by Boetius, we find out that the influence of this author on philosophy lasted for twelve centuries. It was also thanks to Boetius that during the Middle Ages, and even later, it was considered that music had an important influence on human soul, and possible to attempt to explain how such an influence was possible.
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Wydział Historyczny : Instytut Muzykologii
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Konik, Marcin - 111555
dc.contributor.editorpl
Karas, Marcin - 128642
dc.date.accessioned
2020-09-29T10:29:27Z
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2020-09-29T10:29:27Z
dc.date.issuedpl
2009
dc.date.openaccess
120
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po opublikowaniu
dc.description.physicalpl
147-158
dc.description.version
ostateczna wersja wydawcy
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978-83-7188-197-8
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ROD UJ / OS
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https://ruj.uj.edu.pl/xmlui/handle/item/246774
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pol
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Kraków : Księgarnia Akademicka
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Harmonia natury ludzkiej ("musica humana") u Boecjusza
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Boetius’ harmony of human nature ("musica humana")
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Homo viator : teksty i studia nad antropologią filozoficzną w średniowieczu
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