Pythagoras & The Music of the Spheres | Let’s Talk Religion with Filip Holm

We continue our exploration of Pythagoreanism by diving into the music of the spheres, and how this idea has influenced thinkers across history.

Music by Filip Holm

Sources/Recomended Reading:

Cooper, John M. (ed.) (1997). “Plato: Complete Works”. Hackett Publishing Company.

Huffman, Carl A. (2008). “Philolaus of Croton: A Commentary on the Fragments and Testimonia with Interprative Essays”. Cambridge University Press.

Huffman, Carl A. (ed.) (2017). “A History of Pythagoreanism”. Cambridge University Press.

Kirk, G.S., J.E. Raven & M. Schofield (1983). “The Presocratic Philosophers”. Second Edition. Cambridge University Press.

Klavan, Spencer A. (2020). “Music in Ancient Greece: Melody, Rhythm and Life”. Bloomsbury Academic.

Zhmud, Leonid (2012). “Pythagoras and the Early Pythagoreans”. Translated by Kevin Windle & Rosh Ireland. OUP Oxford.