Sounding objects

Abstract : Taxonomy of philosophical theories of Sound: proximal theories; medial theories; distal theories. A distal theory: The Located Event Theory (LET) of sound. Understanding sound and the cognition of sounding objects; ontology of sound according to the LET; epistemology of the perception of sound and sounding objects; auditory images according to the LET; conceptual revisions entailed by distal theories and the LET; replies to objections.
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Nicolas J. Bullot, Roberto Casati, Jérôme Dokic, Maurizio Giri. Sounding objects. Proceedings of "Les journées du design sonore" (IRCAM, SFA), Oct 2004, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. ⟨ijn_00000540⟩

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