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Music and Anti-Scientism, by Tiger C. Roholt

I often write about the experience of music, drawing upon phenomenology, philosophy of mind, and philosophy of perception.  I have written about rock, hip-hop, and jazz, examining musical nuances (a.k.a. “expressive variations”), the feel of rhythm (groove), etc.  Here, I want to discuss a more foundational question about how we ought to approach the examination […]

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