TITLE

IN WHAT DOES MUSICAL UNDERSTANDING CONSIST?

AUTHOR(S)
POGACEANU, LUMINITA
PUB. DATE
January 2009
SOURCE
Linguistic & Philosophical Investigations;2009, Vol. 8, p154
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Collins Judd contends that the oxymoron "aural image" highlights the special nature of musical exemplarity and notational representation. According to Hamilton, there is a non-musical soundart which involves hearing sounds as sounds in some distinct non-musical sense. Posner maintains that interpretation is a chameleon. On Scruton's reading, in our most basic apprehension of music, there lies a complex system of metaphor, which is the true description of no material fact.
ACCESSION #
43292321

 

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