Manfred Hermann

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Sexist, badly written & downright dumb

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Rezensiert am: 14.02.2018

The author claims to offer order in chaos. This book oversimplifies everything, because the author clearly thinks his readers are dumb. In Rule two - he basically breaks down everything on two - there are two things in the world: good and bad or order and chaos. Since men have build cities - we stand for order - women therefore are chaos. in a twisted argumentation he more or less tries to argument „this male principle of order is the dialectic of reality - a biological reality that can be traced down to the two hemispheres of the brain“ . Which in my opinion is the biggest BS I have ever read. I’m gonna use this book as a resource for jokes. If this guy practices psychiatry like he writes he should loose his license. With mindset like this he should be a inmate. I wouldn’t be surprised if he would argument Weinstein’s behavior as deep rooted male biological reaction to attractive females - “He couldn’t help himself” - Don’t buy this - it’s a waste of time

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A History of Music and Composition

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Rezensiert am: 22.07.2016

Very interesting and amusing lectures on classical wester music and composition,
that inspire and get you hooked on the concepts and complexity of classical music.

Only the speakers conclusions on the interaction between language and music are a
bit twisted due to the author/speakers strong accent, that is rather an interpretation of
the languages.

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