Experience as cognition: musical sense-making and the ‘in-time/ outside-of-time’ dichotomy

@article{Reybrouck2019ExperienceAC,
  title={Experience as cognition: musical sense-making and the ‘in-time/ outside-of-time’ dichotomy},
  author={Mark Reybrouck},
  journal={Information Systems Management},
  year={2019},
  pages={53-80}
}
  • M. Reybrouck
  • Published 2019
  • Psychology
  • Information Systems Management
Musical sense-making relies on two distinctive strategies: tracking the moment-to-moment history of the actual unfolding and recollecting actual and previous sounding events in a kind of synoptic overview. Both positions are not opposed but complement each other. The aim of this contribution, therefore, is to provide a comprehensive framework that provides both conceptual and operational tools for coping with the sounds. Five major possibilities are proposed in this regard: (i) the concepts of… Expand
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