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Kant / Reason v. Experience

edited May 2 in Creations

At @Lady_App_titude”s request...

(Quote) In Critique of Pure Reason (1781), Kant argued the way the world seems is not an accurate reflection of how it really is. He said our minds create a picture of the world based on what we perceive through our senses. “Knowledge” is not simply a representation of external reality: it is a construction.

So, to be reasonable, I divided this track in two. The first half very reasonable, the second part, repeated, experiential...(but I return to reason in the end).

Pure Piano, House Mark1, 2 tracks BeatHawk Strings, ISymphonic Strings, Module Harp, Aparillo (the cool Synth Brass in the second half, ID700, iFretless Bass, Microsonic Celesta, DRC.
Improvised, of course.

Comments

  • Lovely.

  • Not a good time for me to listen... I'll get back to you.

  • Well done! The quote of Kant reminds me of researcher Donald Hoffman.

  • Thanks for listening @rs2000. More to come.

    Thanks for listening and mentioning Hoffman, @Identor. @Toastedghost mentioned him, as well, in the Hume thread. I watched and found his take, using modern science and the outdated idea that our senses give an “accurate” representation of reality a good point of departure.

    Kant went to school on Hume, apparently.

  • I just.... I just can't.

    ;)

  • Check out Raising the Tone of Philosophy: Late Essays by Immanuel Kant, Transformative Critique by Jacques Derrida. It's one of his last, and he goes quite mystical and really focuses on the tones of philosophy. The essay really made me enjoy Kant, and Derrida's takes on tonality and "sound reasoning" are interesting as always. Thx for sharing your track!

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