Subject: Re: art not music
From: Kevin Austin (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Mar 01 2005 - 22:58:56 EST
I think this may be a linguistic confusion, as Miriam is proposing a
collective noun (audience) and then qualifying with a singular
Perhaps the way to write this was:
" ... is not the perception each individual in the audience individual?"
Is not every drop of rain that falls into a puddle individual? And
then we create the 'collective noun' of rain fall(ing).
This could be a matter of not seeing the trees for the forest.
At 14:44 -0800 2005/03/01, Eliot Handelman wrote:
>>>is not the audience's perception individual?
>Clearly not completely if Hit Song Sciience does work, to resume the
>other thread. Also, since we do tend to get agreement that "bach is
>good" something in the music must be facilitating perceptions about
>which we at least have a sense that what we're hearing is something
>that others can hear too.
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