ABSTRACT. Collins Judd contends that the oxymoron “aural image” highlights the special nature of musical exemplarity and notational representation. According to Hamilton, there is a non-musical soundart which involves hearing sounds as sounds in some distinct non-musical sense. Posner maintains that interpretation is a chameleon. On Scruton’s reading, in our most basic apprehension of music, there lies a complex system of metaphor, which is the true description of no material fact.


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