Welcome to the Music, Math, and Motion page for Winter Texts.

Dr. Faustus, by Thomas Mann, 1948
ISBN    0375701168
ISBN13: 978-0-375-70116-0
Publisher:       Vintage, 1999
Good if you read this over winter break - you will be prepared in advance when we seminar on it later in the quarter (though we had earlier planned to read it earlier...)

optional background text: Doctor Faustus by Christopher Marlowe, c. 1592-1604
ISBN 0451527798
ISBN13: 978-0451527790
Publisher: Signet, 2001

Tractatus Logico Philosophicus, by Ludwig Wittgenstein, 1921
ISBN    0415254086
ISBN13: 978-0-415-25408-3
Publisher:       Routledge, 2001

Steps to an Ecology of Mind, by Gregory Bateson, 1972
ISBN    0226039056
ISBN13: 978-0-226-03905-3
Publisher:       University Of Chicago Press, 2000

Sex and Temperament, by Margaret Mead, 1935
ISBN    0060934956
ISBN13: 978-0-060-93495-8
Publisher:       Harper Perennial, 2001

When Music Resists Meaning, by Herbert Brun
ISBN10:    0819566705
ISBN13: 978-0-819-56670-6
Publisher:       Wesleyan, 2004

Structure of Scientific Revolutions, by Thomas Kuhn, 1962, 1970
ISBN10: 0226458083
ISBN13: 978-0226458083
Publisher: University of Chicago Press, 3rd Edition, 1996

Cybernetics of Cybernetics, a collection of papers
ISBN10: 0964704412
ISBN13: 978-0964704411
Publisher: Future Systems, 1995

Physics: Principles with Applications, Vol. I, by Giancoli
(pub. Pearson / Prentice Hall, 6th Ed., 2005)
We'll use select chapters of this text, provided to the class, continuing from fall.
Online resources for Giancoli's Physics