William Day, Ph.D., of the Department of Philosophy presented his paper "That Driving Rhythm Isn't Going Anywhere" at the Sixth Rhythm Changes Conference: Jazz Journeys, held at the University for Music and Performing Arts in Graz, Austria, 11-14 April.  Day's paper argues that the jazz improvisers's education and development turns on the affect-changing recognition that time is not a force, and that we're wrong to picture time as flowing with us in it.

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