Rosen, Charles

Rosen, Charles

(1927–  ) pianist, writer; born in New York City. Rosen studied piano from childhood, and music history and French literature at Princeton; he made his New York debut as a recitalist in 1951. Thereafter he maintained an active performing and teaching career, meanwhile writing books on music including the 1971 Classical Style, itself a classic.
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Rosen, Charles. "The Genius of Montaigne" The New York Review of Books.
Rosen, Charles. "Should We Adore Adorno?" New York Review of Books 49.6 (24 Oct.
The essays, by such notable thinkers as Alasdair MacIntyre, Robert Pippen, Paul Ricoeur, Stanley Rosen, Charles Taylor, and Gianni Vattimo, address both Gadamer's own life and work that spanned just over a century and the philosophical century which he inhabited, most notably, the century in which philosophy itself grappled with the end of metaphysics and the concomitant loss of the absolute universal.