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Tomas Serrien

Tomas Serrien (1992) writes about music, society and philosophy. In 2015 he won the Geert Grote Pen, a prize awarded to the best Dutch master’s thesis in philosophy. His thesis was the inspiration for his debut book ‘Sound’ (2017), which deals about the topic of music philosophy. In 2019, he wrote a book about the contemporary political and philosophical implications of the Age of Enlightenment. This books was written in collaboration with imam Khalid Benhaddou and political philosopher Patrick Loobuyck. In 2022, he published his third book 'Listen', a sequel to 'Sound' and a deepening of his writings about music. Tomas regularly gives lectures, works on various interdisciplinary projects about music and is a drummer in several bands. His website: https://tomasserrien.com/english/