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  • Mention the name Phronesis and jazz insiders start to salivate.

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  • "Phronesis," i.e. practical wisdom, prudence, "the virtue concerned in the government of men," is personified in Martianus Capella, De Nuptiis Philologiæ et Mercurii, as the mother of philology.

    The Love of Books: the Philobiblon of Richard de Bury

  • Formed in 2005 after UK-resident Høiby's graduation from the Royal Academy Of Music, Phronesis went on to develop a strong original repertoire, with links to the lyrical music of EST or Avishai Cohen.

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  • Musing beginnings develop ambiguous Latin grooves and then abandon them for free-swing in Phronesis' music, or romantic themes that sound like old John Lewis tunes for the Modern Jazz Quartet give way to startling bass-led twisters or delicately folksy meditations.

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  • Phronesis, an imaginative local group influenced by the lyrical jazz of EST, Avishai Cohen and the rhythmic twists of the Dave Holland band, play the first half.

    This week's new live music

  • Formed in 2005 after UK-resident Høiby's graduation from the Royal Academy Of Music, Phronesis went on to develop a strong original repertoire, with links to the lyrical music of EST or Avishai Cohen.

    This week's new live music

  • Musing beginnings develop ambiguous Latin grooves and then abandon them for free-swing in Phronesis' music, or romantic themes that sound like old John Lewis tunes for the Modern Jazz Quartet give way to startling bass-led twisters or delicately folksy meditations.

    This week's new live music

  • The formidable Phronesis rhythm section of bassist Jasper Høiby and drummer Anton Eger complete Neset's ensemble, which is likely to be laying further claims for the young saxophonist as one of the most exciting jazz newcomers worldwide.

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  • “Epicurus on ˜Free Volition™ and the Atomic Swerve,” Phronesis, 44:

    Epicurus

  • “Aristotelian Rainfall or the Lore of Averages,” Phronesis 1993 (38), pp. 18-30.

    Aristotle on Causality

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