The Hard Problems of Consciousness and Music. Eugene Montague University of Central Florida email@example.com. Chalmers on the “Hard Problem”. The Conscious Mind (Oxford University Press, 1996)
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Example 1: Husserl’s diagram of the structure of temporal consciousness from the Bernauer MSS.
(after Rodemeyer, “Developments in the Theory of Time-Consciousness.” Donn Welton (ed.) The New Husserl, Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2003.)
Example 2: Following “x” at the start of Bach’s prelude (metrical projection).
Example 3: Mapping protention and retention onto the prelude’s opening bar.
Example 4: Developing “y” from “x” at the start of the prelude
Example 5: The temporal unit outlined by “z” at the start of bar 3.
Example 6: Narrowing the temporal fringes as “z” fails in bar 3