Flusser, music and me

Brinholi, Guto
May 2014
Flusser Studies;2014, Issue 17, p1
Academic Journal
The article offers the author's insights about his translation of the philosophy of Vilem Flusser in a musical way. The author thanks the poetic and beautiful way that Fusser made clear to him in philosophy, in being Brazilian and an immigrant. He shares that what impresses her so much about Flusser is his writting, which is said to flow like sound and music.


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