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Philosophical method devised by Edmund Husserl was at the foundations of several Schaefferian principles introduced in his Traité des objets musicaux, e.g., reduced listening and sound object. This method which was described by J.-F. Lyotard in "La Phénoménologie" (1986) consists of "the study of phenomena", that is, those that appear to the conscious as a "given" and those things that are perceived to be the same "given".


See also:

Aural Analysis, Listening Experience, Schaefferian Theory, Spectromorphology



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