Liberato Santoro-Brienza


Liberato Santoro-Brienze retired from University College Dublin, he held an honorary Chair of Philosophy at the University of Auckland and is now Professor of Philosophy at the Royal Hibernian Academy. He is the author of essays on various philosophical themes and textual analyses, the history of ideas, aesthetics, art criticism, semiotics, and psychoanalytic theory. Among his books must be mentioned La filosofia della musica nel pensiero di T.W. Adorno, Presupposti filosofici dell'arte moderna, The Tortoise and the Lyre, The Dialectics of Desire, Philosophies of Art and Beauty (co-authored with Hugh Bredin).

Books by Liberato Santoro-Brienza
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Talking of Joyce

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