Improvisation, temporality and embodied experience

Journal of Consciousness Studies 11 (3-4):159-173 (2004)
This journal's well-intentioned consideration of the arts has turned out to be quite the Pandora's box. As soon as we broach the subject of aesthetics, we are already in the realm of ideology; as soon as we impose the frame of scientific inquiry upon any subject, we invoke another kind of ideology. The previous issues in this series have depicted the unfolding of an ideological clash of cultures between sciences and the humanities, enough to make C.P. Snow blush. For the time being, this is an unavoidable condition; yet the more we remain aware of it, the further we may push our insights
Keywords Aesthetics  Cognition  Music  Perception  Time  Mitchell, R
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