restricted access   Volume 29, Numbers 3-4, Summer-Autumn 2013

Table of Contents

Opera and Philosophy

A Note from the Guest Editors

pp. 183-185

Parahuman Wagnerism

pp. 186-202

Small Change When We’Are to Bodies Gone?: Response to Gary Tomlinson

pp. 203-211

“Even Money Decays”: Transience and Hope in Adorno, Benjamin, and Wozzeck

pp. 212-243

Adorno, Time, and Musical Time: Response to Stephen Decatur Smith

pp. 244-252

Nietzsche, Tristan und Isolde, and the Analysis of Wagnerian Rhythm

pp. 253-276

Nietzsche, Wagner, Decadence: Response to Katherine Fry

pp. 277-281

Kivy and the “Problem of Opera”

pp. 282-301

“But Emotion Is the Problem . . . !”: Response to James O. Young

pp. 302-306

The Voice and Early Modern Historiography: Reading Johannes Kepler’s Harmony of the World

pp. 307-327

Historical Alternatives to a Poststructuralist Reading of Johannes Kepler’s Harmony of the World: Response to Jonathan Owen Clark

pp. 328-334


Responses to Alain Badiou’s Five Lessons on Wagner, edited by Stephen Decatur Smith

Badiou and Wagner: From Fidelity to Prophecy

pp. 335-361

The Universal Form of Badiou’s Wagner

pp. 342-348

Badiou’s Wagner: Variations on the Generic

pp. 349-354

Rethinking Community and Difference in Parsifal

pp. 355-360

Badiou and the Subject of Parsifal

pp. 361-367



“These People”: On Sebastian Baumgarten’s Don Giovanni

pp. 368-376