Rhuthmos (forthcoming)

Ineta Kivle
University of Latvia (PhD)
This article has already been published in The Polish Journal of Aesthetics, Numer 61. We warmly thank Ineta Kivle and The Polish Journal of Aesthetics for the permission to republish it here.: During the pandemic situation while the usual order changes and the search for new elements of security become more active, rhythm studies may provide a deeper understanding of human and ongoing processes. The current study views rhythm as a force of stability in the context of - Philosophie – Nouvel article
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