Philosophy Art and Religion

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Philosophy  Art  and Religion
Author : Gordon Graham
File Size : 54,8 Mb
Publisher : Cambridge University Press
Language : English
Release Date : 07 September 2017
ISBN : 9781107132221
Pages : 187 pages
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Philosophy Art and Religion by Gordon Graham Book PDF Summary

Systematically explores the affinity and the rivalry between art and religion, focusing at length on music, visual art, literature, and architecture in turn.

Philosophy  Art  and Religion

Systematically explores the affinity and the rivalry between art and religion, focusing at length on music, visual art, literature, and architecture in turn.

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