Lydia Goehr  

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Lydia Goehr is a Professor of Philosophy at Columbia University. Her research specialties include the philosophy of music, aesthetics, critical theory, the philosophy of history, and 19th- and 20th-century philosophy.

Her first book, The Imaginary Museum of Musical Works (Clarendon Press, Oxford), was published in 1992, and has since been translated into Greek, Chinese and Italian.




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