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I doubt I'd recommend it to anyone other than a Rush fan who is also well versed in Philosophy.
I doubt I'd recommend it to anyone other than a Rush fan who is also well versed in Philosophy. The average intellect of a Rush fan who understands their lyrics can draw the same assumptions without laboring through this book.
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Rush and Philosophy does not set out to sway the public’s opinion, nor is it an awkward .
Rush and Philosophy does not set out to sway the public’s opinion, nor is it an awkward gushing of how much the authors love Rush. Rush and Philosophy is a fascinating look at the music and lyrics of the band, setting out to address thought-provoking questions. They discuss Rush with the enthusiasm of fan. The book will be a must-read for the many fans who have long known that Rush deserves as much respect as the ideas, concepts, and puzzles about human existence they write and compose music about.
Berti, Jim; Bowman, Durrell (2011). Reisch, George A. (e. Rush and philosophy: heart and mind united. Popular Culture and Philosophy. 57. Open Court Publishing Company. Popoff, Martin (2017). Rush: Album by Album. Voyageur Press (The Quarto Group).
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Rush and Philosophy: Heart and Mind United (Paperback)
Rush and Philosophy: Heart and Mind United (Paperback). And now this, a book about Rush written for a general audience and geared towards issues concerning popular culture and philosophy. There has been a recent explosion of Rush onto the popular culture front, and how ironic for a band that has spent the early days of their career on the outside of mainstream popularity. Even legendary trios such as Led Zeppelin, Cream, and The Police don't enjoy the commitment and devotion that Rush's fans lavish on Alex, Geddy, and Neil. In part, this is because Rush is equally devoted to its fans.
Chapter 1 - Yesterday’s Tom Sawyers Philosophical Moments Halloween Traditions, or, Are You Down with What You’re Up For?
The progressive/hard rock band Rush has never been as popular as it is now. A documentary film about the band, Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage, which was released in the summer of 2010 has been universally well received. They had a cameo in the movie I Love You Man. Their seven-part song "2112" was included in a version of "Guitar Hero" released in 2010.
Author: Jim Berti Durrell Bowman.
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